The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers a wide variety of research opportunities encompassing multiple different disciplines and departments. Our research opportunities give students access to the broadest possible range of research and to encourage interactions among faculty and students in different disciplines.

Available Research Opportunities

Students enrolled in college or university bachelor degree programs may find short-term or extended opportunities for research training and mentorship through several available options:

Affiliated Research Departments

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences has faculty members from many different departments throughout the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center schools that hold memberships within our programs and concentrations. 

School of Medicine 

School of Pharmacy 

 

Student Research Week

Student Research Week (SRW) is an interdisciplinary event organized every year by the students of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX. The main objective of SRW is to showcase the research and thereof, build a platform for interaction.

The past few years has witnessed distinguished speakers give seminars from various exciting fields such as Prions, Stem Cell Research, Phage Therapy, Fertilization, Aging, Biofilms, Vaccine Development and many more.

Along with the seminar series, a poster competition is arranged in which students from different biological research areas present their research projects and discuss their findings and ideas. Students from the GSBS, Medical school, Nursing school, TTU campus, Amarillo campus, and colleges from New Mexico and local colleges show great interest by participating in the poster competition.