The Biomedical Sciences Department at ISPG combines the fundamental principles of scientific knowledge with applied research. The department focus is on living individuals and the health of the human public, including the study of diseases, immune deficiencies, nutrition and medical testing.
To view the mission statement and goals of the biomedical sciences department, visit the biomedical sciences mission statement and goals page.
The advancement of computers and communication technology continues to have a profound impact on our lives, and the workplace needs technically competent people to provide appropriate computing solutions for users. Curricula in the School of Information Technology teach problem solving, critical thinking, communication and teamwork skills. Most IT programs taught in residence offer practical applications of classroom theory in a lab environment, where students are encouraged to apply their classroom instruction.
Construction is nearing completion on the first of 3 five-story academic buildings that will form the core of the medical campus. There are also plans in development to build a 4000-square-meter addition to the existing Gitwe Hospital to enable it to continue providing medical care for 285,000 Rwandans, as it now does, as well as serve as a facility for the clinical experience for the upperclassmen of KMU
JOHN H. STREIT, MD
John is a Board Certified Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a past President of the Saratoga Hospital Medical Staff and Saratoga County Medical Society. He donates his time to Medical Missions for Children (MMFC.org) traveling to Gitwe, Rwanda and Africa to provide medical support to children in need.