RII scientists hold faculty appointments in departments offering graduate degrees within UT Health San Antonio Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS). In the graduate programs listed below, RII scientists are full members of the graduate program faculty. They are able to serve as mentors (Dissertation Committee Chairs) and to advocate for students seeking admission.
The dual degree M.D./Ph.D. Program is for students who are committed to becoming physician-scientists. It is a seven-to nine-year program, rated 5th out of 113 nationwide in 2015-2016.
IBMS is a multidisciplinary program with seven specialties that allows students to customize their degree. It is a part of UT Health San Antonio Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS).
Jointly offered by UT Health San Antonio, UTSA, UT Austin, and the UT School of Public Health Regional Campus in San Antonio, this program applies new research to improve clinical outcomes.
Access to RII research resources is also possible for students enrolled in graduate programs other than those listed above. This typically requires having a RII faculty member as co-Chair of your Dissertation Committee. Students from the following programs have exercised this option in the past:
- Beijing Normal University
- Nanjing Medical University
- Shenzhen University
- The University of Hong Kong
- Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine
- Fielding Graduate University
- The University of Texas at Austin Graduate School
- The University of Texas at San Antonio Graduate School
- Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering
- The University of Melbourne