Research

 

The graduate students select their research project in the area of one of the participating Immunology faculty or additional BMS faculty, generally at the end of the first year after completing three laboratory rotations.

Explore Immunology laboratories at {text link] for an alphabetical listing, or at [add text link] for lists organized by research interest. The full list of BMS labs may be explored at https://bms.ucsf.edu/directory.

Many ongoing opportunities to meet the faculty and explore labs for possible rotations are provided to enrolled students. Some of the most commonly utilized include:
Immunology Retreat
BMS Retreat
PIBS Retreat
BMS Pizza Talks (2 faculty present dinner-time short presentations on their research between early September and late March)
Immunology Journal Club (via faculty presentations and student presentation coaching)
BMS Journal Club (via faculty presentations and student presentation coaching)
Microbiology 204 (via interactions with instructors and discussion section leaders)
BMS 260 Cell Biology (via interactions with instructors and discussion section leaders)