All incoming Ph.D. students (domestic and international) in good academic standing will receive a full tuition scholarship and stipend that is at the National Institutes of Health/National Research Service Award level (currently $22,920 per year). Ph.D. students are not required to be teaching assistants to receive the tuition scholarship and stipend, although teaching experiences are available to interested students.
Full tuition scholarships are available to Masters students who enter the program in good academic standing. A limited number of stipends ($10,000 per year) are also available on a competitive basis to incoming students with a 3.0 GPA. Full tuition scholarships for Ohio residents are also available to students in the B.S./M.S. pipeline and P.S.M. degree programs in Bioinformatics & Proteomics/Genomics, through the state's Choose Ohio First Scholarship program.