Applicants for training grant support must be enrolled in the Cell & Molecular Biology PhD program and must be US Citizens or permanent residents.
Students are typically supported with training grant funds in their second and third years of graduate studies. Support is initially awarded for one year, and a second year of support is dependent on satisfactory student progress. Application information will be provided in May 2020 for fellowships starting Fall 2020. Inquiries may be sent to GRAD_CellMoBio@Mail.ColoState.Edu or Kate Sherrill.
Areas of interest should fall within the broad scope of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), including biomedical and basic biological areas. Faculty advisors must also be members of the Cell & Molecular Biology Program.
Supported fellows will participate in monthly qCMB meetings, complete the gateway course “Introduction to qCMB” (2 Credits), engage in research requiring computational / quantitative training, and participate in workshops focused on Reproducible Conduct of Research, Rigor & Reproducibility and Career / Internship planning.