Eligible Airmen interested in biomedical sciences education or commissioning opportunities can now apply for any of the four available Biomedical Sciences Corps (BSC) programs now accepting applications. Available BSC programs include the U.S. Army-Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology, the Interservice Physician Assistant Program and the Direct Accession Program. For more information on the Doctor of Physical Therapy Training Program and the Direct Accession Program, visit the Air Force Medical Service Knowledge Exchange page. For information on the Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology, visit the Uniformed Service University website at www.usuhs.edu/mps/militaryprograms.html. Application instructions for the Interservice Physician Assistant Program are available on myPers.
AF Biomedical and Commissioning Opportunities
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