The Bioengineering Graduate Program was officially established by the Regents of the University of California in 1983 as an
intercampus (UCB/UCSF) graduate group providing MS and PhD degrees. Its goal is to provide students with the strong engineering
and basic life sciences available at Berkeley and the strong clinical and health sciences capabilities found on the San Francisco
campus. Students are required to complete coursework in both the engineering and the life sciences.The program is administered
by the Executive Committee of the intercampus UCSF/UCB Graduate Group in Bioengineering, and it is currently chaired by Stanton
Glantz, Professor of Medicine at UCSF.
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