The Genetics graduate program at UGA receives NIH support in the form of a T32 Training Grant.
The grant currently funds stipends for six Ph.D. students, and the university funds stipends for two additional Ph.D. students. In addition, each trainee receives $700 for use for travel and supplies.
Applications by students for a slot on the training grant are due in the Spring each year. The deadline for 2017 is March 13. The application requires that the student write a one-page statement of interest and submit this with a CV to Susan White by the deadline. Application instructions are here and an example CV is here. Please contact Susan White with questions concerning the application process.
Applications will be read and evaluated by the Training Grant Committee, currently comprised of:
- Dr. David Hall (Training grant program director), Associate Professor, Dept of Genetics
- Dr. Brian Condie (Training grant program co-director), Associate Professor, Dept. of Genetics
- Dr. David Garfinkel, Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Dr. Douglas Menke, Associate Professor, Dept. of Genetics
- Dr. Katrien Devos, Professor, Depts. of Crop and Soil Sciences, and Plant Biology
- Dr. Michael Terns, Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
The current graduate student traninees are:
- Nick Arthur
- Erin Baker
- Karen Bobier
- Jacob Burnett
- Stephanie Herrlinger
- Brigitte Hofmeister
- Brittany Jenkins
- John Spiekerman
Job Placement of T32 Trainees
Trainees are awarded positions on the training grant for one year periods that may be renewable for a second, and in rare cases, a third year. See where trainee alumni are here.
The faculty trainers on this grant that student trainees work under for their dissertation research include most regular and adjunct members of the Genetics faculty.
The University of Georgia, and its many units, are committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and students, and sustaining a work and learning environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution.