More than 170 faculty researchers at UC Irvine, representing numerous ongoing research disciplines, are committed to providing the education and research mentorship critical to the success of our biomedical and translational science master’s degree students.
Below are specific academic disciplines engaged in the MS-BATS program. Please click on the department(s) relevant to your particular research interest to view the list of individual faculty MS-BATS mentors and brief descriptions of their research expertise.
Affiliated research faculty below are organized by their primary Academic Discipline (choose your area of interest below):
|Anatomy & Neurobiology||Anesthesiology||Biological Chemistry
|Immunology/Allergy||Infectious Disease||Internal Medicine|
|Medical Ethics||Microbio & Molecular Genetics||Neurology|
|Neurosurgery||Obstetrics & Gynecology||Occupat/Environmentl Med
|Pathology & Laboratory Medicine||Pediatrics||Pharmacology & Toxicology|
|Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation||Physiology & Biophysics||Psychiatry & Human Behavior|
|Radiation Oncology||Radiological Sciences||Surgery (General)
|Surgery (Aesthetic & Plastic)||Urology|
Academic Senate faculty members from other schools and programs on the UC Irvine campus with joint appointments in any department in the School of Medicine can also serve as thesis advisors and committee members in the MS-BATS program.
You also can use UC Irvine's Faculty Profile search engine and database to view full professional biographies of UC Irvine researchers. It is searchable by name, department, key word or full text data fields.