QCB Graduate Training Fellowships are competitively awarded to second- and third-year students developing research projects in chemical or physical biology upon nomination by their primary advisor and QCB trainer (trainer endorsement form found here). These fellowships are supported by a combination of funding provided by a grant from the National Institutes of Health (T32 GM131994) the College of Arts and Sciences and the University Graduate School.
The 2023 QCB Fellowship Competition is accepting applications until April 15, 2023, for fellowship support for one or two academic years (July 1, 2023-June 30, 2025), dependent upon availability of funds.
Prospective trainees entering their second or third year as of July 1, 2023 are encouraged to apply for a two- or one-year fellowship, respectively. Click here to download an application for the 2023 QCB Fellowship Competition. Email your completed application and FERPA release form (found here) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 p.m. on April 15, 2023 to be considered for a fellowship.
The QCB training program is strongly interested in fostering a diverse student cohort and encourages applicants from underrepresented minority students, students from under-served backgrounds, and students with disabilities.