The Bio-X Graduate Fellowships offers Ph.D. candidates funding independent of any one lab or grant, freeing recipients to pursue interdisciplinary research and to work with multiple mentors.
The Bio-X Graduate Fellowship Program provides current Stanford graduate students whose research interests are interdisciplinary in nature with three years of funding support. Because Bio-X Fellows work on the cutting edge at the intersection of disciplines, their potential to generate transformative discoveries for the benefit of human health is profound.
To date, the Bio-X Fellowship program has provided funding for 173 graduate students. Graduates of the program have transitioned to successful careers in the industry sector, co-founded start-up companies, and hold professorships at Stanford and its peer institutions.
The fellowships are a generous donation by the William K. Bowes Foundation while other generous donors have made the Bio-X Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowships (SIGFs) possible. These donations are helping Stanford strengthen graduate training in interdisciplinary biosciences, thereby spurring important new advances in science and engineering.
Applications for the 2015-2016 cycle of the graduate fellowships are now available.
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