BHSI facilitates and promotes interdisciplinary research and instructional efforts at UGA in the biomedical and health sciences.
Neuroscience at BHSI
UGA’s Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Neuroscience is focused on training a new generation of scientists who possess both a broad understanding of this rapidly moving and exciting discipline, and cutting-edge expertise in their area of specialization.
One Health at UGA
BHSI's Division of One Health seeks to promote and expand the ongoing One Health efforts of UGA faculty, students and staff who share One Health’s unified vision towards combating today’s global health threats.
Biomanufacturing & Bioprocessing
The biomanufacturing and bioprocessing industry is diverse, encompassing the massive production scales of the liquid biofuels industry at one end, to the high quality, highly regulated biopharmaceutical industry at the other.
Interdisciplinary Biomedical Science
With over 150 research active faculty members and an ability to tailor programs of study, the IBS is an excellent doctoral program for students with interests in challenging, nontraditional, interdisciplinary biomedical research.
“Knowledge for vs Knowledge about Teaching: Specialized Physical Science Content Courses for Teachers” Deborah Hanuscin, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Science Education and Physics University of Missouri Dr. Hanuscin holds a joint appointment in the Department of Learning, Teaching, & Curriculum...
Heather Lindell Assistant Pharmacy Manager Vet Med Teaching Hospital University of Georgia We will be meeting with Dr. Spencer Tally and Dr. Heather Lindell, who will be leading a presentation on Considerations of a One Health Approach When Dispensing Medication...
Get involved in the annual One Health Day! One Health Day is an open call to One Health advocates to join forces in events that will highlight the benefits of a One Health approach for today’s planetary health challenges. One Health...
NEUROSCIENCE SEMINAR SERIES PRESENTS: Tim Cope, PhD Professor Department of Biomedical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Cope’s research interests center on control of movement by sensorimotor integration in the mammalian spinal cord. Using predominantly electrophysiological methods applied in vivo, he studies neural signaling by spinal motoneurons, somatosensory neurons, and their...