GITWE INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
INSTITUT SUPERIEUR PEDAGOGIQUE DE GITWE

ISPG

GITWE - SOUTHERN PROVINCE, RWANDA

Faculty of Bio-Medical Sciences

As a student in the biomedical sciences department, you will have the chance to participate in active research, health-related community outreach and multiple student organizations. The department values educating and preparing you for your future career or for continuing your education.


Pre-professional career preparation

The environment within the department provides a foundation of knowledge and encourages scientific questioning. It aligns information from related fields, such as biology and chemistry, to help you succeed in developing your career pathway. Our program allows you to do the following:


  • Apply knowledge of scientific methods with state-of-the-art research equipment 
  • Publish research related to biomedical sciences with faculty and other students
  • Accomplish pre-professional goals with the help of pre-professional advisors
  • Learn from clinical courses that simulate work experiences

Department Mission and Goals

Mission: To be an interactive community of scientific scholars dedicated
               to exploringan evidence-based understanding of human health
               and  disease.

Goals:

Provide an interactive scientific environment among faculty and students in cell biology, molecular biology, genomics, biotechnology, physiology, anatomy, nutrition, exercise science, and neuroscience;

Provide a scholarly community in cell biology, molecular biology, genomics, biotechnology, physiology, anatomy, nutrition, exercise science, and neuroscience;

Offer and support Allied Health programs: dietetics, clinical laboratory science/medical technology, nurse anesthesia, radiography, nursing, gerontology, athletic training, psychology, physical therapy, physician assistant studies and others at the undergraduate and graduate levels;

Prepare students academically and technically for biotechnology applications related to human health and disease; and to incorporate evidence- and inquiry-based experiences in each student’s program of study.
Faculty & Staff
 

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