Funding from the National Institute for General Medical Sciences allow the Center for Systems Biology at ISB to offer paid research internships for undergraduate students. The internships take place primarily in the summer and last about eight weeks. The applicant process is highly competitive.
We accept graduate students through our faculty affiliations with a variety of University of Washington programs, including the ones below. We do accept graduate students through other departments, too. Please consult our faculty affiliations and contact the appropriate faculty member directly.
- Molecular and Cellular Biology Program
The MCB graduate program is an interdisciplinary PhD program that integrates structural, molecular, cellular, developmental, and systems biology. For more information, please visit the MCB website or contact one of ISB’s affiliated faculty members directly.
- Biological Physics, Structure and Design (BPSD) Program
The BPSD program is an interdisciplinary PhD program that studies the use and determination of atomic-level structures of biologically important molecules. The goals of the program are to understand the relationship between biomolecular structure and function to predict three-dimensional structures of biomolecules and to design new molecules. For more information, please visit the BPSD website or contact one of ISB’s affiliated faculty members directly.