JGSBS Commitment to Diversity
With its fundamental mission and long history of providing education and research training in the biomedical sciences, the Jefferson Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences recognizes the value of diversity in contributing to new knowledge that advances scientific understanding and that contributes to amelioration of the human condition within our local and global communities. Respect for new and different ideas provides the foundation and opportunity for all our students, fellows and faculty to contribute to the discovery process and allows us to celebrate diversity in all human dimensions. The Graduate School thus welcomes participants to its scholarly community without regard to race, ethnicity, culture, socio-economic status, national and international backgrounds, diversity of thought, pedagogy, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender/gender identity, political affiliation, or disability.
In the News
The Jefferson College of Graduate Studies has been re-named the Jefferson Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Read more here ...
Eighth Annual Postdoc Research Symposium
June 10, 2013