Enrich your academic experience with resources available at Georgetown University.
Students in any of the Microbiology and Immunology departmental programs have access to all the Biomedical Graduate Education student resources. Resources include 1-on-1 career coaching, professional memberships, mentorship program, seminars, academic assistance, and many other resources to enrich your academic experience. This program follows the academic rules and guidelines established in the Graduate School Bulletin.
Find information about new student orientation schedules and new student checklists.
Department Course Catalog
List of courses for the department and course syllabi can be found here.
Department Course Schedule
View the course schedule to see when department courses are taking place.
How to Register
Find step by step on how to register for classes and use Canvas.
Learn about the requirements for graduation.
Student Resources Hub
Find the full list of student resources here.
Office of Career Strategy & Professional Development
Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) is invested in providing the training, resources, and personalized career strategies for IPN students to have a more direct path to their desired careers and to differentiate themselves.
Visit the BGE website to learn about the personalized career strategies available at your fingertips, including Individual Development Plan, 1 on 1 Advising, seminars, and so much more.
Nuclear Security Summit
The COVID-19 pandemic abruptly brought our attention to the daunting challenges of disaster management on both national and global scales. Although some of those challenges were unique to the particular demands imposed by the emergence of a novel infectious disease, others can be more broadly applied to almost any disaster scenario. The 2020 Nuclear Security Summit will provide a venue for examining the elements of disaster management and identifying successes as well as areas for continuing development.
Sponsored by Georgetown University Biomedical Science Policy & Advocacy Program, US Department of State, and Defense Threat Reduction Agency