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 awarded 198 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 (Bio‐X SIGFs), as well as SIGFs affiliated with SNI and ChEM-H, possible. These donations are helping Stanford strengthen graduate training in interdisciplinary biosciences, thereby spurring important new advances in science and engineering.
Applications for the 2017-2018 cycle of the graduate fellowships will be available online in early January 2017, at which time the link to the application and details of eligibility requirements will be available on this page.
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