Enrich your academic experience with resources available at Georgetown University.
The Biohazardous Threat Agents & Infectious Diseases (BHTA) is one of the three Master’s programs offered under the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. Students have access to all the Biomedical Graduate Education student resources. Resources include 1-on-1 career coaching, professional memberships, mentorship program, seminars, academic assistance, and many other resources to enrich your academic experience. This program follows the academic rules and guidelines established in the Graduate School Bulletin.
Students are encouraged to participate in the Global Health Initiative at Georgetown University to engage in global-health related activities and interdisciplinary research.
For incoming Fall 2022 BHTA students, please review this “How to Get Started” PDF package to prepare you for the incoming semester. Please be sure to also visit our “New Student” checklist, which is shared on our Department website.
Find information about new student orientation schedules and new student checklists.
Biodefense Seminar Series
Attend talks given experts and policy makers from various government agencies.
What are our biohazardous students up to?
Office of Career Strategy & Professional Development
Achieve the Next Step in Your Career.
Student Resources Hub
Find the full list of students resources here.
Dahlgren Memorial Library’s Guide
Explore Dahlgren Memorial Library’s guide to infectious diseases and biohazard research resources.
2022 Student Cohort
Meet our amazing 2022 Student Cohort! Learn about their background, career and academic interests, and hobbies.
Biohaz Career Panel | Spring 2022
Join us to hear from recent Biohaz alumni as they share valuable career insights and advice to current students. This is a great opportunity for students to gain insight on post graduate life and grow their network with our alumni.
Date: Monday, February 28, 2021
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM, EST
Location: Hybrid (Zoom or In-Person, Med Dent SW107)
“My advice is to the current M.S. students is to know your worth. A lot of the young professionals, myself included, tend to undermine our talents when in reality, we are worth more than what we think. When applying for future careers, you will never find your dream job in your 20’s. But always look at life in a positive but realistic way and know that you will always start from something small and then work your way up.”