Biomedical Sciences


Biomedical Sciences - Study of Structure and Function

MISSION: To be an interactive and committed community of scientific scholars dedicated to evidence-based teaching and scholarship in order to provide foundational understanding of human structure and function in both health and disease.

To prepare students for careers as clinicians, scholars, and educators, the division of biomedical sciences engages a diverse and qualified faculty trained in foundational sciences including anatomy, biochemistry, cell biology, immunology, microbiology, nutrition, neuroscience, physiology, pharmacology, and pathology. Faculty are committed to excellence in developing and delivering an integrated curriculum with emphasis on clinical applications. Faculty are also devoted to research and scholarship important to the advancement of health, medicine, education, and society. Biomedical science faculty are dedicated to supporting the mission of Sam Houston State University through sustained service within the college, the university, professional organizations, and the community.

Biomedical Sciences: Clinical Anatomy, Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Physiology & Pharmacology