Developmental and Reproductive Biology Graduate Program, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Posted 11/29/2018

The Developmental and Reproductive Biology (DRB) Graduate Program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (http://www3.jabsom.hawaii.edu/Grad_DRB/) is seeking enthusiastic and talented students interested in obtaining MS and/or PhD degrees.

The DRB program is affiliated with the Institute for Biogenesis Research (IBR) The IBR (https://www.ibr.hawaii.edu) is one of the few reproductive and developmental biology centers in the USA. The major focus of IBR research is reproductive and developmental biology, with emphasis on gametogenesis, assisted reproductive technologies, cloning and nuclear reprogramming, transgenesis, mammalian early development, Devo-Evo, stem cells, and other.

The DRB program is small and students are provided with personalized support. It serves a diverse community of students from a wide range of nationalities, cultures, and backgrounds. It offers students various lecture and lab courses and a wide variety of research opportunities.

Applicants interested in the program will have to meet admission requirements for a MS or PhD by the DRB Program and University of Hawaii at Manoa Graduate Division as defined at https://manoa.hawaii.edu/graduate/. Graduate Assistantships covering tuition fees and a living allowance are available on a competitive basis.

For inquires, please contact Dr. Monika Ward (mward@hawaii.edu).

Last Updated 11/29/2018