St. Jude Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Our Faculty

 
Faculty member and student in lab

Our students benefit from dedicated advising and mentorship from world-class biomedical researchers. The Graduate School faculty draws leading scientific and clinical investigators from diverse research areas across St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Graduate School Faculty

  1. Basic and translational research faculty teach courses and serve on student mentorship teams and committees. Most accept students for laboratory rotations, thesis projects, and/or dissertation projects.

    Biostatistics

    Bone Marrow Transplant

    Cancer Center

    Cell & Molecular Biology

    Chemical Biology & Therapeutics

    Computational Biology

    Developmental Neurobiology

    Epidemiology & Cancer Control

    Genetics

    Global Pediatric Medicine

    Graduate School/Structural Biology

    Hematology

    Immunology

    Infectious Diseases

    Oncology

    Pathology

    Pharmaceutical Sciences

    Structural Biology

    Surgery

    Tumor Cell Biology

  2. Clinical faculty teach courses, may serve on student committees and provide clinical experiences and mentorship, and provide a strong foundational resource for translational research projects.

    Anesthesiology

    Bone Marrow Transplant

    Clinical Trials Administration

    Critical Care - Pulmonary Medicine

    Diagnostic Imaging

    Endocrinology

    Epidemiology & Cancer Control

    Global Pediatric Medicine

    Hematology

    Infectious Diseases

    Nursing

    Oncology

    Pathology

    Psychology

    Radiation Oncology

  3. Graduate educators teach courses in their relevant subject matter or expertise and may serve on student mentorship teams and committees.

    Biostatistics

    Computational Biology

    Epidemiology & Cancer Control

    Global Pediatric Medicine

    Oncology