The University of Texas at Dallas scholarship is a fully-funded postdoctoral program in the biological sciences with experimental research or laboratory computing.
The doctoral program in molecular and cell biology at the University of Texas at Dallas begins with core courses in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology. and quantitative biology PhD candidates carry out experimental or computational research in the field of biochemistry. cell biology, microbiology, neurobiology or systems and computational biology
The University of Texas Scholarship is a mentored program that offers core courses in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology. and quantitative biology Students conduct experimental or computational research in a laboratory of their own choosing.
The faculty lab receives regular funding from NIH, ACS, and NSF, which exposes students to cutting-edge research techniques that help build marketable skills for a variety of career paths.
Facilities include a next-generation sequencing platform; cell imaging system Protein and small molecular mass spectrometry and cell separation
print: Doctoral degree
Applications closed: December 8, 2023
Value and duration of the award:
- 100% tuition and fee waiver, renewable for up to 5 years
- Minimum compensation $2,400 per month
- Full health insurance benefits/coverage
Eligible Countries: international students
feature: will be considered for a scholarship from the University of Texas. Applicants must have:
- Basic knowledge of calculus General physics, organic chemistry, biochemistry and general biology. including genetics Students intending to pursue research in computational biology should have a background in mathematics and programming. Students entering without this background may be required to complete additional course work in their first year or during the summer immediately prior to entry.
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