The Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences helps the UCF College of Medicine to be a research-intensive medical school where cutting-edge medical research spans the entire spectrum from the laboratory bench to bedside of the patients, providing a great environment of training physicians and biomedical researchers.
The 198,000 square-feet five story Burnett Biomedical Sciences building with a major transgenic animal facility and Biosafety Level Three laboratories was completed in summer of 2009.
In addition, the school has formed active partnerships with other UCF units such as the College of Optics and Photonics and the Nanoscience Technology Center to build interdisciplinary research and education programs in the innovative applications of photonics and nanoscience to biomedical problems.
To learn more about the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences please contact:
Griffith Parks, Ph.D.