Diverse training with unlimited possibilities.
The USD-N3 program provides training in the development of novel nanotechnology-derived tools aimed at both understanding the brain and potentially treating disorders of the brain. Our students receive tuition and stipend support, including an annual stipend of $34,000 for two years during training.
Our unique program emphasizes microtracks - a series of non-science courses that will prepare you for careers in:
Support is limited to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. When applying through the Basic Biomedical Sciences graduate programs, check the USD-N3 box on your application. When applying through the Department of Chemistry graduate program, indicate your interest in the state of purpose section.
Congratulations to: Clarissa Staton, biology, who is attending the Society for Neuroscience Conference; Casey Finnicum, basic biomedical sciences, who is attending the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting; and Pasan Fernando, biology, who is attending the IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine.