Masters and PhD Program in Molecular Biology at Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University: The Graduate Program in Molecular Biology welcomes students from a variety of educational backgrounds. Students select courses in a variety of disciplines and carry out research rotations with faculty members in Molecular Biology and associated programs and departments.
- QUANTITATIVE AND COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY
Admission & Financial Support
The Department of Molecular Biology reviews applications each year for students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology. We encourage applications from students of diverse academic backgrounds.
A complete application includes:
- A completed web-based application.
- Transcript – scanned version obtained from your college or university.
- Official GRE exam scores from ETS. While the GRE General Test is required of all applicants, a Subject
Test is not. For GRE scores, use Institution Code 2672.
- Official TOEFL exam scores from ETS for students whose native language is not English and who have not
received their undergraduate education in a U.S. college or university. For TOEFL scores, use Institution
- Three (03) letters of recommendation.
Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, QCB (Quantitative & Computational Biology), and EEB (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology) offer a joint admissions process called Biology@Princeton. This website provides information on how to apply to multiple programs. If you are applying only to Molecular Biology, you can instead proceed directly to Graduate Admission.
All students admitted to the program receive tuition, health insurance, and a generous stipend.
Graduate students will be encouraged to apply for fellowships at some point during their graduate career. Fellowship opportunities are available from the following:
- National Science Foundation
- Department of Energy (DOE)
- Department of Defense (DOD)
- Hertz Foundation
- Department of Defense Breast Cancer
- NJ Comission on Cancer Research (breast, prostate)
- Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer
- American Heart Association
- American Lung Association
- Autism Speaks
- Ford Foundation
- United Negro College Foundation Merck Science Initiative
- Robert D. Watkins Minority
- American Physics Association in Neuroscience
- National Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada
- NJ Commission on Spinal Cord Research
|Organization||Princeton University, Department of Molecular Biology|
|Fellowship Level||Masters & PhD|
|Subject areas||Biochemistry, Biophysics, Cancer Cell Biology, Chemical Biology , Computation & Modeling Development, Evolution Genetics, Genomics, Global Health, Microbiology & Virology , Neuroscience, Structural Biology|
|Fellowship amount||$33,000 / year|
|Eligibility||Open for international students|
Applications accepted twice year