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.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Students interested in PhD studies, The University of Delaware offers diverse research opportunities as a leader in molecular sciences and are currently accepting applications for the Fall of 2020.
The UD Chemistry and Biochemistry Department holds thirty different research groups where students, faculty, research staff and post-doctoral scholars work closely together.
They hold two NIH Centers for Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) and an NIH Chemical and Biology Interface (CIB) training program. With $10 million annually they support 200 full-time PhD students. Preparing students as they develop into independent scholars and prepare for the next stages of their careers.
For more information visit the program’s website or peruse the brochure.