IU School of Medicine offers graduate-level medical education programs in a wide variety of research areas. Whether a student is pursuing a Master’s or PhD degree, seeking postdoctoral training, or supplementing a core area of expertise with a certificate or minor, IU School of Medicine faculty offer exceptional education and hand-on experience.
Faculty educators at IU School of Medicine are recognized experts, leading innovations in critical areas of medical research, including cancer, neuroscience, diabetes and cardiovascular-metabolic disorders, musculoskeletal health, intracellular pathogens, and infectious disease and host responses. Training with these world-class investigators prepares graduate students to be productive and progressive biomedical scientists.
Integrated PhD Study
Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of modern biomedical research, the Indiana BioMedical Gateway (IBMG) program for PhD study at IU School of Medicine offers a first-year experience for all IU School of Medicine biomedical science PhD students.
Strength in Diversity
IU School of Medicine recognizes that the academic and scientific community benefits from diversity through the joint efforts of differing perspectives and backgrounds. Through programs such as Bridges to the Doctorate Initiative, Getting You into IU, Indiana University-HBCU STEM Initiative, and the Second Look Program—the Graduate Division recruits graduate students who bring diversity in background, outlook and interest—attributes that lead to a strong and productive working and learning environment. IU School of Medicine welcomes graduate students from diverse backgrounds influenced by such factors as ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, and socioeconomic status.