Graduate Research Fellowships
Center for Systems Biology (Institute for Systems Biology)
Graduate students. Since 2006, 25 graduate students have been supervised by ISB Faculty through affiliate appointments with the University of Washington Departments of Bioengineering, Immunology, Computer science, Biology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Genome sciences, as well as with the interdisciplinary programs in Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Biomolecular Structure and Design.
New Mexico Center for Spatiotemporal Modeling
The STMC offers one year graduate fellowships, renewable once, for graduate students in the Schools of Medicine and Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences whose thesis research integrates cell biology, new technology and modeling to improve understanding of cell signaling pathways and membrane organization in the context of human disease, especially inflammatory diseases and cancer. These fellowships are awarded competitively and are restricted to students whose mentors are STMC members or are willing to become active participants in the STMC. Typically, each student has two mentors, one with expertise in experimental biology and the other in either computational modeling or the development of novel technologies. Mentors may be UNM faculty or national laboratory scientists with adjunct appointments at UNM.
Additional two year graduate fellowships for technology-intensive students are available through the complementary Cancer Nanotechnology Training Center whose co-PIs, J. Oliver and A. Datye, are respectively the STMC PI and the Director of the UNM Center for Microengineered Materials (CMEM). Again, co-mentors must be selected from UNM faculty or national laboratory scientists.
Systems Biology Center New York (SBCNY)
Graduate Student Fellowships
SBCNY Graduate Student Fellowships: one year fellowships for graduate students whose thesis research can be enhanced either by computational approaches or by multivariable experiments. These fellowships are restricted to students who are co-mentored by SBCNY investigators.
Visiting Graduate Student Fellowships: visiting graduate students can be part of one of the research projects within the Center or learn the use of relevant technologies to use in their project. Typically visits will last 2-4 months. Partial support from SBCNY will be available to defray housing and living expenses.