Graduate student positions at Wayne State University

The Department of Biological Sciences at Wayne State University invites applications from outstanding, well-qualified prospective graduate students for Fall 2016. Our department has research expertise in molecular genetics, cell and developmental biology and neuroscience.

Wayne State University is a large, comprehensive, nationally ranked research institution and offers state-of-the-art research facilities. These include the Advanced Genomics Technology Center and microscopy and proteomics core facilities at the School of Medicine, and the Lumigen Instrument Center in the Department of Chemistry.

Our Ph.D. students receive financial support for at least five years: the department graduate teaching assistantships (GTAs) are supplemented by graduate research assistantships (GRAs) and university fellowships. In general, these provide tuition and health benefits, as well as stipend.

Ph.D. positions are available, and applications received after Dec 1, 2015, will be reviewed until all positions are filled.