- General Program Financial Support
- What fellowship should I apply for?
- Who do I contact for fellowship advice?
- Who do I contact for fellowship administrative support?
All admitted QCB students receive full financial support for the duration of their Ph.D., including tuition, a competitive stipend, and health benefits. The support is made possible through a combination of funds from Princeton University, federal grants, grants to faculty members, and teaching funds.
Students are encouraged to apply for external fellowships, such as the NSF, for which they are eligible.
Here is a listing of specific fellowship opportunities for students in the sciences. Please discuss these opportunities with your advisor for assistance in selecting the appropriate fellowship for you.
- American Association of University Women - American Fellowships
- American Association of University Women - International Fellowships
- American Federation for Aging Research
- American Heart Association
- American Lung Association
- American Physical Society Fellowship
- American Society for Microbiology Robert D. Watkins Graduate Research Fellowship
- Autism Speaks
- Association for Women in Science
- Epilepsy Foundation
- Department of Defense (DoD) Breast Cancer Research Program Fellowship (DOD-BCRP)
- Department of Energy (DoE) Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
- Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE SCGF)
- Ford Foundation Fellowship Program
- Graduate Women in Science - Sigma, Delta & Epsilon
- Harold Weintraub Graduate Student Award
- Hertz Foundation Graduate Fellowship Award
- HHMI International Student Research Fellowship
- National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
- New Jersey Commission on Brain Injury Research
- New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research
- New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Research
- NIH F31 - Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards for Individual Predoctoral Fellowships to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research
- NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
- PhRMA Foundation (Pharmacology, toxicology, bioinformatics)
- SMART Scholarship
- Society for Neuroscience Scholars Program for Underrepresented Minorities
- Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer
- United Negro College Foundation MERCK Science Research Fellowship
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