National Institutes of Health-Funded Training Programs (T32s)
Learn more about National Institutes of Health (NIH) T32 training grants available to students in the Walter S. and Lucienne Driskill Graduate Training Program in Life Sciences.
The Cellular and Molecular Basis of Disease Training Program at Northwestern University is an interdisciplinary and cross-campus program that provides state-of-the-art training in the cellular and molecular sciences for highly qualified predoctoral candidates.
The Carcinogenesis Training Program, funded by an Institutional National Research Award from the National Cancer Institute, provides comprehensive research training to predoctoral students in cancer biology.
The Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis Training Program is a NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases–sponsored (T32) training program that stresses the basic mechanisms and interactive nature of immunology, microbiology and pathogenesis and the collaboration of colleagues.
The Northwestern University Program in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Hormone Action is sponsored by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases and is designed to train scientists who can make scientific discoveries in the prevention and treatment of diseases in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism.
The Northwestern University Lung Sciences Training Program trainees focus their scientific efforts on the cellular and molecular pathophysiology of lung disease and the translation of these findings to the bedside.
The program is built upon Northwestern’s renowned faculty expertise in biologically integrated chemistry and the experience of the Chemistry of Life Processes Institute in fostering transdisciplinary research and education.
The Molecular Biophysics Training Program is funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences and serves as a hub for all scientific and training activities in biophysics at Northwestern.Back to top