Financial Aid

Financial support for students in the Biotechnology Predoctoral Training Pro­gram is currently available from a train­ing grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), fac­ulty research grants, and fellowships. Students appointed as NIGMS trainees must be U.S. cit­izens or permanent residents. Each student will be received financial support from the training program for a maximum of two years.

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