TRAINING GRANTS

Graduate Students

The University of Washington has more than 30 training grant programs offering funding opportunities to PhD students pursuing research relevant to human health. These are typically programs that students apply to after being admitted to a PhD program, often in their first or second year of study.  In some cases students may be automatically considered for a training grant at the time of their admission to the PhD program.  Below is a list, organized by research topic.

AGING

BIOENGINEERING

BIOPHYSICS

CANCER

CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH

DRUGS AND PHARMACOLOGY

ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND STATISTICS

GENOME SCIENCES / GENETICS

HEARING

IMMUNOLOGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE

MENTAL HEALTH

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY

NEUROSCIENCE

REPRODUCTION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

TRANSLATIONAL

VISION