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Biomedical Sciences Program

Virtual Team Dynamics Course Provides Support to Non-Profits

August 12, 2021

Grad student Sean Williams (MS/Biomed '22) shares what it's like to participate in an online class with a focus on giving back to the community.

Students Debunk Vaccine Myths at Local Health Fair

August 11, 2021

PCOM Georgia students engaged community members about the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine at Gwinnett Daily Post's Back-to-School Health Fair.

PCOM Celebrates Graduate Programs Commencement

August 9, 2021

The 22nd annual ceremony awarded master's and doctoral level degrees to students in a variety of professional programs.

PCOM Georgia Graduates Receive Master's Degrees

August 5, 2021

77 physician assistant studies and biomedical sciences graduates received their degrees at PCOM Georgia's July 27 commencement ceremony.

From Biomed to Med School: Grace Wilgucki, MS

July 30, 2021

Upon graduating from the MS in Biomedical Sciences program, Grace Wilgucki will enter into the osteopathic medicine program to pursue becoming a physician.

Master's to Med School: Graduate Profile of Hunter Alberto Vasquez

July 20, 2021

Upon completing his MS degree in Biomedical Sciences, Hunter Alberto Vasquez will enter PCOM Georgia's DO program with a goal to serve marginalized communities.

Graduate Profile: Akosa Akpom, MS/Biomed '21

July 20, 2021

Akosa Akpom, MS/Biomed '21, chose to study biomedical sciences to prepare for dental school.

A Pandemic Within a Pandemic: Addressing Marginalized and Minoritized Communities to Foster Recovery

July 6, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic is a socioeconomic crisis for underrepresented communities. College alumni discuss the effects and offer solutions.

Reimagining Public Health: Pivoting from Pandemic Response to Future Prevention

July 6, 2021

Four PCOM alumni describe how their workplaces are pivoting to prepare themselves and their patients for future pandemics.

Summer Academy Introduces HS Students to Healthcare Careers

July 1, 2021

Gwinnett County high schoolers were exposed to health professions and anatomy lessons as they worked with PCOM Georgia faculty and students.