The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (IGP) in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences is a leading integrative biomedical graduate program, designed to foster diverse creative and analytical thinkers, geared to tackle the quickly evolving world of research and technology. As a union between 11 participating programs, the IGP provides a strong foundation for biomedical dissertation work.
Located in beautiful Nashville TN, Vanderbilt University is a premier research facility that ranks among the top institutions in the country with a unique infrastructure that encourages collaboration.
We encourage you to explore our website, and feel free to reach out and contact us with any questions you may have. We look forward to getting to know you!
Message from the Director
Welcome to the home page for the Vanderbilt Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences. The IGP offers opportunities for rigorous, high-level training in multiple areas across the general field of biomedicine and builds on Vanderbilt’s collaborative spirit. With world-class faculty and facilities, you will have the ability to do cutting-edge impactful research and also gain insight into the myriad career paths open to Ph.D. graduates.
Enjoy exploring these pages and discover what Vanderbilt IGP has to offer!
-Dr. Barbara Fingleton
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