New BDC Society Showcase Page!

The BDC Society Showcase page focuses on program, student, and community highlights written from a student perspective.

New BDC Graduate Scholarships!

Applicants entering the BDC Graduate program in the Fall of 2016 may be considered for one of two Graduate scholarships! The Stewart-Anthony Family Scholarship in Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization Established…

BDC Students Attend First Departmental Welcome BBQ!

As members of the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences family, both our 3rd and 4th year BDC students attended their very first Welcome BBQ on Wednesday, September 16th.  Students…

Welcome to our Fall 2015 Cohort!

September 8, 2015 was a BIG day for the Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization Program as we welcomed our Fall 2015 cohort. We visited them in their first class of the…

BDC Program on the Cover of Network Magazine

McMaster’s Network Magazine featured a story on the BDC program:  “The Best of Both Worlds – New Program Trains Biomedical Scientists with Business Savvy”.

BDC Program Featured on CHCH TV

On April 6, 2015 we had our first BDC Engage Symposium where students presented their drug discovery and development plans to staff, faculty and community members.  The students did an amazing job leading the…

Reference to the BDC Program in another Globe and Mail Article!

The March 26, 2015 Globe and Mail Article:  “Walls between faculties crumble; Students in professional programs increasingly add business courses to their studies to broaden their skills and job market…

BDC Program Welcomes The Class of 2017!

The BDC learning journey has begun!  On January 5th, 2015 the BDC program officially welcomed its first cohort of twelve enthusiastic and excited students!      

BDC Program Featured in a Nature Blog

The innovative Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization program takes an (un)curriculum approach to program design. Read the full article here:

BDC Program Featured in the Globe and Mail

McMaster’s new BDC Program was featured today in the Globe and Mail’s business school news. Read the full article here: