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Boston University 

Department of Biology
715 Albany St., S4
Boston  Massachusetts  02218-2526  U.S.A.
Phone: 617-638-5622 Fax: 617-638-5621


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BUSM has many academic programs in biotechnology and clinical research. The BLCS program has biotechnology and clinical research programs for undergraduates. An evening B.S. degree as well as certificates can be pursued in the areas of biotechnology, clinical research and bioinformatics. Go to www.bu.edu/biotech for more information.

There is a Master of Arts in Clinical Investigation (MACI): www.bu.edu/maci and a Master of Arts in Medical Sciences www.bumc.bu.edu

For younger students CityLab offers opportunities for high school and middle schools: www.bumc.bu.edu/citylab as well as a free job training program in biotechnology for high school graduates, CityLab Academy.

Last Updated: 10-13-03





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Email: web@biology.bu.edu
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