Fellowships in Integrated Bioscience and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute
We are pleased to announce research fellowships for IB students. Recipients will work with Cleveland Clinic (CC) faculty involved in collaborative research projects with IB faculty at The University of Akron (UA). Fellowships will allow students to conduct cutting-edge biomedical research at UA and the CC Lerner Research Institute while pursuing an Integrated Bioscience PhD.
How will the fellowships work?
Applicants selected to become Integrated Bioscience Fellows in Biomedicine (IBFB) will receive a research assistantship and tuition scholarship annually and will be co-advised by a CC faculty and an IB faculty member from UA. Research will be conducted at both the Lerner Research Institute and in labs at UA. Review of applicants begins immediately; interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. For more information, please contact the director of Integrated Bioscience, Dr. Stephen C. Weeks, or Dr. Vinod Labhasetwar, Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic.
Apply soon, fellowships are limited
Interest in an Integrated Bioscience Fellowship in Biomedicine should be indicated in your research interest statement required for application to the IB program. Use the links above to explore research groups at The Cleveland Clinic that are participating in the IBFB program. Your statement should identify the participating CCF faculty whose research you are most interested in. Successful applicants usually directly contact the faculty they are interested in working with before they apply to the program. Read the admission requirements and apply now