New Brunswick/Piscataway Biomedical Sciences doctoral program
PhD or MS student who work for an RBHS PI and are in the following graduate programs are eligible for these RBHS travel awards: Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Cell & Developmental Biology, Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, Exposure Science, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Neuroscience, and Physiology and Integrative Biology. For students in the Toxicology program, PhD students who work for faculty that are resident members of EOHSI or in RWJMS labs are eligible. Please visit the program’s Student Academic Forms website to download a Student Travel Award Approval Form, or contact Tina Marottoli if you have questions about eligibility requirements and application procedures.
Newark Biomedical Sciences doctoral programs
All other SGS doctoral programs
The School of Graduate Studies Conference and Research Award program is designed to provide support to help defray costs associated with off-campus research activities and presenting at academic, scholarly, and scientific conferences.
Priority will be to support students who do not have access to other resources to support these activities and who are making good progress in their degree program. Support is provided in the form of a scholarship award that will be paid to the student through student accounting. The application portal will open on December 11, 2023, and is accessible here. The portal will close on February 9, 2024 at 5pm ET. Students may apply for funding to support conference or research travel retroactively back to July 1, 2023, and prospectively up to June 30, 2024. We anticipate the maximum award to a student will be $1000. Awards will be distributed equitably across our graduate programs.