Interview with Dean Schneider
Brandt Schneider, Ph.D., Dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, recently sat down with Karin McCay, anchor and health reporter at KCBD, to shed light on the graduate school’s offerings. Schneider touched on biomedical sciences, research into the causes and cures of diseases, pharmaceutical sciences and how the public health program promotes wellness in the general population through better lifestyle choices. Also covered were the different programs available at the graduate school and the benefit this brings to our community.
To view the piece in its entirety, please visit the KCBD webpage.
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