Ph.D. students in the Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology Graduate Group are paid a stipend that is competitive with other comparable programs in the nation. Current stipend (for living expenses) is ~$35,575 per year. On admission, the Graduate Group commits to supporting new students with two quarters of full support, including in-state tuition, health insurance (if needed), Non-Resident Supplemental Tuition (if applicable), and a stipend. Once students have joined a major professor's laboratory, the faculty member commits to continuing that level of support.
Additional Graduate Student Support
A variety of support is also available, through both the College of Biological Sciences and the University.
- Training Programs, Grants and Research Fellowships
- Scholarships and Stipends
- Financial Support
- Underrepresented Student Support