We extend a warm welcome to you for visiting our website, to learn more about the British BioMedicine Institute. Our medical Institute is among the most diverse in the nation. The British BioMedicine Institute operates at International landscape where access, success and equity, quality, relevance and broad transformation have been proven to be a challenge. As chancellor, my vision is located within the broader 2025 vision of the Institute namely: To be a leading research-intensive Institute, recognized internationally for its quality, relevance and impact, and also for developing people, creating knowledge and making a difference globally.
The ultimate goal of medicine and biomedical research is to serve humanity. That focus informs everything we do, from admissions to curriculum design to teaching and mentoring. Our new medical education curriculum, Foundations and Frontiers, reshapes and builds upon the best of what we’ve had, adding emerging areas such as Clinical Research, Public Health and the Clinical Child Psychology, Food Science & Technology, Medical Devices, Artificial Intelligence.
Our endeavor has always been to provide the best to the students and to prepare them to take up the challenges of tomorrow, so that when they come out of the institutions, they are competent to handle the responsibilities of the medical profession. Diversity in our faculty, professional staff, students and trainees has always been fundamental to our mission. Respect for culture and understanding diversity as part of the fabric of everyday life are essential to medicine as a profession and to the advancement of research that leads to international collaborations. We provide avenues for our students to develop new interests, or continue established pursuits – in civic activities, music and other arts – and they have dozens of clubs and groups. We are promoting wholeness, wellness and a sense of connection with the world and to each other, so our students can lead better lives as professionals.
Our students are adults who come to us with their own ideas and ambitions. Given the opportunity to grow as individuals, by meeting new challenges in an environment of collaborative learning and respect, they discover a deep sense of purpose. If we do a good job as their guides, our graduates emerge sure of their knowledge and skills, but with a healthy perspective and a measure of humility appropriate to lifelong learners
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