Tuesday, December 4, 2007
Ph.D. Program at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
The Watson School of Biological Sciences is designed for highly qualified and motivated students who desire a Ph.D. in the biological sciences. The program is open to all legitimate registrants, irrespective of gender, race, ethnic origin, or creed. To give students personal attention and financial support, the number of matriculating students is limited to eight to ten students per year. Students from around the world are encouraged to apply. Suitable applicants will be assessed on the basis of their academic record, recommendations from their mentors, and an in-person interview. The application deadline is December 15, each year, although late applications may be considered. Students will be selected for admission on the basis of the perceived ability of the student to excel in this doctoral program.
For the first four years, each student will receive an annual stipend from the graduate school. The current annual stipend for doctoral students studying at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is $28,000 per year (and is reviewed annually). In addition, the Watson School of Biological Sciences, rather than the research mentor, covers the research costs of each student for the first four years.
Click here to see the impressive list of Watson School students and their publications!
Source: The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Watson School of Biological Sciences
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