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Graduate Research Fellowships


Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Opened in 2006, HHMI's Janelia Research Campus is a pioneering research center in Ashburn, VA, where scientists pursue biology's most challenging problems in a uniquely innovative and collaborative atmosphere.

The Janelia Graduate Research Fellowship is a fully-funded, collaborative PhD program for independent, committed graduate students enrolled in a doctoral program in the United States or abroad. Required course work at the student's home university must be completed before joining Janelia. Degrees are granted by the home university.

Graduate students conduct research in the following fields:
- basic neuroscience
- imaging technology
- evolutionary biology
- computational biology
- physics
- chemistry
- related fields of research

Janelia's laboratories are intentionally small, giving graduate students individualized attention from a variety of senior scientists. Each visiting student will be paired with a research mentor who will provide scientific and career guidance. Students will work with at least one research mentor at Janelia.

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