Students in the Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD program are fully funded.
Financial support, usually in the form of teaching and research assistantships, is provided for students accepted into the program. This support includes an annual stipend of $25,000, tuition remission, health insurance, and student fees. The total support is valued at $38,000.
Additional support for exceptional applicants is available. Please see details listed below.
The Meyerhoff Graduate Fellows Program
Funded by an NIH-MBRS Initiative to Maximize Student Development (IMSD) grant, the Meyerhoff Graduate Fellows Program focuses on promoting cultural diversity in the biomedical sciences at the graduate level. Prospective students must first be accepted into the appropriate graduate program before being eligible for the Meyerhoff Graduate Fellows Program.
Chemistry-Biology Interface Program
The NIH Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) Program supports students bridging the interface between the two disciplines. Students are accepted as fellows in the program during their second year of study, and financially supported to participate in weekly fellows meetings, perform cross-disciplinary research in other CBI laboratories and present their work at national conferences.