A few resources for current students, prospective students, and links to important facilities.

Resources for current students

  • Graduate program handbook
  • Student guide for choosing an advisor
  • List of classes
  • Journal Clubs
  • Lab rotation form (due the first Friday of the quarter)
  • TA requirement form (due the first Friday of the quarter)
  • Committee meeting form


Resources for prospective students

Here's some advice in case you are considering applying to our program:

  • Browse the list of faculty, and identify the laboratories most aligned with your interests
  • Contact the professors, asking whether they are planning on taking students
  • Contact current and previous lab members, to gather precious information on the life in the laboratory, the career outcomes of the alumni, and expectations for graduate students
  • Consider applying for independent fellowships. For example, many of our applicants apply to the NSF GRFP, which provides for three years of support
  • If you have questions about the program, go ahead and contact us!

Here are a few links that you might find interesting: