Biomedical Science

  • Yusuf Ebrahim
    Yusuf Ebrahim '17 (above) and classmate Bria Frehner ’17 have been researching the role tumor-suppressant protein p53 plays in the formation of cancer. Learn More
  • Students looking at Xena
    Meet Xena, the life-like cadaver, our latest addition to the Human Anatomy Lab. Watch the video. Learn More
  • BMS 642
    …but when it is, it involves holding cards up to your forehead and making your friends help you guess what’s on it.   Learn More
  • bats disease
    Undergraduate research adds to information on decimating diseases. Learn More
  • students in the classroom
    BMS 508 Anatomy and Physiology uses lab exercises to utilize preserved specimens and living tissues along with other aspects of the human body.

What's great about the UNH Biomedical Science Program?

  • Three exciting options: medical laboratory science, medical microbiology, and medical and veterinary sciences
  • Biomedical professions are among the 50 best careers of 2010 (U.S. News & World Report)
  • Outstanding academic preparation for
    • Medical and veterinary schools, M.S. and Ph.D. programs, physician assistant programs
    • Certification as a medical laboratory scientist
    • Research scientist/laboratory technician positions in hospitals, government labs, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology companies.
  • Highly experienced faculty with demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, and career guidance
  • Experiential learning at the NH Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, UNH farm facilities, area hospitals, and biotechnology/
    pharmaceutical companies in the Greater Boston area.
  • New facility for NH Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.  For more information...