MS Immunology, PhD Immunology
The Immunology Graduate Program at the University of Cincinnati aims to provide unparalleled training for the next generation of forward-thinking and innovative immunologists.
Our program offers rigorous coursework and practical training in some of the world’s most outstanding immunology laboratories. Our top-notch faculty’s extensive experience in teaching and expertise in all areas of immunology provides the student a well-rounded immunology training experience and preparedness for future post-graduate career path in immunology.
Students in the Immunology Graduate Program have access to outstanding core-facilities including state-of-the-art flow cytometry and cell sorting, 2-photon imaging, gene targeting and transgenic mouse core, bioinformatics core, gene expression core, pluripotent stem cell facility, laser capture microdissection core, viral vector core, and many others.
All PhD students accepted to the program receive full tuition remission, a nationally competitive stipend and a health insurance plan.
Our program seeks first-class student applicants with outstanding undergraduate training. Ideal candidates have training in biological sciences, and preferably have research experience. If you fit these criteria, and you are dedicated to building a career as a leader in the field of immunology, use the following links to learn more and to apply to the Immunology Graduate Program
We receive our accreditation through the University of Cincinnati.
International Student Requirements:
The university requires a TOEFL score of a 100 or higher (a 7 on the IELTS). You may want to consider using World Education Services to help translate your GPA as well as your courses to a 4.0 grading scale
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A range of financial assistance programs from government and private institutions are available to help you afford your educational goals. The University of Cincinnati participates in Federal Title IV funding such as Stafford guaranteed student loans.