Ph.D. Financial Resources - Pharmacology and Toxicology

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  • Students receive a $35,000 per year stipend (at minimum), effective September 1, 2023
  • Tuition and health insurance are fully covered
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Financial Support Information

Financial Support and Benefits

Ph.D. students are provided with financial support (contingent upon satisfactory progress) for the time they are registered and working toward their degree.  This support comes from different sources and includes three main components: a 12-month stipend or salary, full tuition and fees coverage, and full coverage of personal health insurance, dental and vision (if Academic Blue is chosen).

Support and Benefits

Alcohol Training Grant

The Alcohol Training Program promotes and supports collaborative research with participating faculty in multiple areas.  Postdoctoral fellows typically choose a project at the onset of their training.  Predoctoral trainees will rotate through the laboratories of selected faculty members prior to choosing an advisor for dissertation research. 


Alcohol Training Grant

Center for Molecular Carcinogenesis and Toxicology (CMCT)

The CMCT faculty welcome direct inquiries from prospective students at all levels: undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral fellows.  The resources of the CMCT  are utilized to enhance all aspects of the training experience, including student fellowships, travel to scientific meetings, and a world class seminar program.


Visit the CMCT Website