The University of Nebraska’s Ph.D. Program in Complex Biosystems is now accepting applications! This program is directed toward students interested in developing and applying quantitative and computational approaches to data acquisition and analysis in multiple life science fields, i.e. human health and medical biochemistry, plant genomics and phenomics, microbial ecosystems, and systems ecology.
They are looking for students from many undergraduate majors and focuses such as:
- Biological and agricultural sciences
- Nutrition and food science
- Agricultural and biological systems engineering
- Mathematics, statistics, data sciences, and computer science
As a first-year student in the program, The University of Nebraska offers full support to students by providing them opportunities to participate in a full year of research rotations to gain a semester of laboratory teaching experience.
To learn more about the Complex Biosystems program, you can visit their website. Follow this link to apply.
The application deadline for Fall 2020 is December 15, 2019.
As the flagship university in the Commonwealth, the University of Kentucky provides the only Master’s of Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics (or degree of comparable nature) in the state, and it is only the fifth such professional master’s degree in the field of forensics in the nation.
This two-year program has two areas of concentration: one concentration is focused on Forensic Toxicology/Chemistry and the second on Forensic/Analytical Genetics. Through the common core curriculum, students in both concentrations will have foundational information and skill set in advanced forensic science, writing, communication, professionalism, ethics, legal perspectives, and workplace-specific laboratory skills. Through a rigorous targeted finishing curriculum in either concentration, including internship experiences and cognate elective courses, the graduates will be competitive for workforce deployment in the areas of private industry drug testing, private DNA analysis, forensic governmental divisions, and hospital clinical labs.
This new degree is an advanced training curriculum that includes courses to prepare students for courtroom testimony and two internship experiences to prepare students for rapid workforce deployment upon graduation.
More information can be found on the flyer and the program’s website.
The department is still recruiting students for Fall 2019, so this may be of interest to recent graduates! Interested students can email Isabel Mellon or the department.
Deadlines: December 4, January 29, and March 9
Notre Dame’s ESTEEM program is available for STEM students at The Ohio State University who are pursuing a Master’s in Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Technology. ESTEEM emphasizes the action of entrepreneurship, not just the study of it. It allows students to explore the world of business and entrepreneurship, learning how to combine their current skills with new ones to become leaders in their chosen fields.
ESTEEM Curriculum includes:
- 11 months
- includes design thinking, customer validation, financial modeling, BMC, data analysis, finance and prototyping
- Master’s Thesis Capstone: go-to-market approach with ND-based research, industry-sponsored projects or Founder’s Idea
More information can be found at their website, and specific questions can be directed to Kyle Williams at email@example.com.
Indiana University has an active and growing biochemistry research community. The faculty that participate involved in this graduate program are passionate about their research interests, which span nearly all aspects of the structure, function and dynamics of proteins, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. If you are considering graduate and PhD studies in biochemistry, check out Indiana University’s program via the flyer below.
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Duquesne University of Pittsburg invites you to their Graduate Science Open House on Saturday, October 14th from 11am to 3pm. At this program, you will speak with faculty and graduate students about their latest research in biomolecular, environmental, analystical, computational, and inorganic chemistry. You will also learn about financial aid options and tour their labs, facilities, and campus.
Duquesne’s Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry offers a Ph.D. in Chemistry and currently has 37 graduate students in the program. Their incoming graduate student class varies between 7-11 new students yearly. Their students are supported through a tuition waiver and a stipend of $24,230 a year (2016-17 amount) for serving as a teaching assistant, although research assistantships and fellowships are also available on a competitive basis.
More information about their Ph.D. program and the Open House can be found on their website, as well as on this flyer. If you’re interested in attending the Open House, please RSVP at duq.edu/sciencegradfair.
The Ohio State University Medical Center offers a Nuclear Medicine Technology Educational Program for recent graduates and soon to be graduates that are interested in studying nuclear medicine technology for a future career in this field.
Applications are accepted from January 1 to April 1.
The 12 month program consists of clinical and classroom education, which are both completed at the Wexner Medical Center. The program begins on the last Monday of June and ends on the third Friday of the following June. Upon completion of the program, trainees meet all requirements for board certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and/or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board.
More information and the application can be found on the OSU Department of Radiology’s website.
A great opportunity has just opened up for undergraduate students considering graduate school. Mark Ferris, an Ohio State alumni, will be giving a short recruiting talk and answering questions about his program and graduate school life.
Mark is currently in a PhD program for chemical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, located in Golden, Colorado. He is very excited to return to his alma mater to talk to undergraduate students about all this program has to offer in the fields of chemical and biological engineering!
The talk will be this Friday, November 18th, at 1:30 PM in CBEC 110/120. FREE pizza will be provided!
Please contact Mark Ferris at firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions.
The University of Cincinnati is currently accepting applications to their Graduate Program in Cancer and Cell Biology for the 2017-2018 school year.
This opportunity allows students to train in more than 40 labs, with 50 faculty members from the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Research Center.
Students conduct multidisciplinary research projects to better understand the molecular mechanisms that underlie cancer development and progression. This research serves as the foundation for future of advancements in cancer therapy and diagnostics.
Acceptance to the program grants full financial support including tuition, a competitive stipend, and a health insurance plan.
More information available here.