Biomedical Master's Program

Diversity

The Biomedical Masters Program (BMP) welcomes applicants from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, from individuals with disabilities and from applicants of all sexual orientations and gender expression. We support an equitable learning and working environment that values human dignity and equality of opportunity. We are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and diversity for all students and Faculty within the BMP community. For further information on Diversity and Accessibility please contact us.

BMP students may also take advantage of the multiple resources available from the School of Medicine and the University of Pittsburgh.

Office of Health Sciences Diversity

The schools of the health sciences maintain an Office of Health Sciences Diversity, headed by Assistant Vice-Chancellor Paula Davis. Through their website, you can find extensive information and links describing the extent of diversity throughout the University and the City of Pittsburgh. The site also describes additional opportunities for summer training and post-baccalaureate training for students whose ultimate goal is to enter graduate and/or medical school.

Office of Disability Resources and Services

The University of Pittsburgh's Office of Disability Resources and Services helps students map a strategy for implementing appropriate academic accommodations that will aid their learning experience.

University Counseling Center

The University Counseling Center is available to assist students in the pursuit of personal and academic growth through its services, which are free and confidential.