Careers & Professional Development
Students come to Sackler with a passion for science and inquiring minds. When they complete their training, they pursue a range of careers. An important part of our mission is to prepare our students for the many exciting careers that are open to students with biomedical PhD degrees.
Career Outcomes Summary
The Sackler Dean's office provides support for career seminars and training events that expose students to opportunities and help students plan for their futures. We work closely with the Graduate Student Council and other student groups to insure that our programs are aligned with student goals and needs.
Student Council-sponsored Events
Sackler School-sponsored Workshops
Biomedical Business Club
The Sackler School also provides tools to help students take a pro-active role in career planning and professional development through the use of a Individual Development Plan (IDP).
Learn about IDPs
2016 Entering Class
This year, 57 new students, selected from over 800 applicants, joined Sackler.
The Tufts Clinical Translational Science Institute attacks problems in health-related research.
Women at Sackler
Sackler is committed to training both men and women for fulfilling careers; about 60% of our students are women.