University of Texas at Dallas Scholarship is a fully funded Postdoctoral degree in biological sciences with experimental or computational research in the laboratory.
The PhD program in Molecular and Cell Biology at University of Texas at Dallas begins with core courses in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and quantitative biology. PhD candidates conduct experimental or computational research in biochemistry, cell biology, microbiology, neurobiology or systems and computational biology.
The University of Texas Scholarship is a mentor-based program with core courses in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and quantitative biology. Students conduct experimental or computational research in a self-chosen laboratory.
Faculty labs are regularly funded by the NIH, ACS and NSF, exposing students to state-of-the-art research techniques that help build marketable skills for various career paths.
Facilities include next-generation sequencing platforms, cell imaging systems, protein and small molecule mass spectrometry, and cell sorting.
Application Deadline: December 8, 2023
Value & Duration of Award:
- 100% tuition & fee waiver renewable up to 5 years
- Minimum $2,400 stipend per month
- Full health insurance benefits/coverage
Eligible Countries: International Students
Eligibility: To be considered for the University of Texas Scholarship, applicants must have:
- Background in calculus, general physics, organic chemistry, biochemistry and general biology, including genetics. Students intending to do research in computational biology should have some background in mathematics and in programming. Entering students not having this background may be required to take some additional course work in their first year or in the summer immediately preceding entry.
How To Apply: Interested candidates should click on “Apply For This Scholarship” below