The Biomedical Sciences campus of Wake Forest University (also known as the Bowman Gray campus) is home to multiple graduate programs in biomedical sciences and to the university’s Medical School, which is a partner with North Carolina Baptist Hospital. It is located approximately 3 miles away from the Reynolda campus (where all undergraduate activities take place) on a 45-acre medical center.
In addition to these two sites, research facilities are also located at the Piedmont Triad Community Research Center (PTCRC) in downtown Winston-Salem, which houses the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology and a growing Biotechnology Center, and the Friedberg campus, located approximately 10 miles from Winston-Salem, which houses a large non-human primate facility as well as additional laboratories.
Wake Forest is a relatively small, highly ranked private university. It has an enrollment of more than 5,000 students, of which approximately 1,500 are in graduate programs. The Neuroscience track is projected to admit up to 15 new students each year.