The role of the Bridges to the Doctorate Training Program (T32) is to develop a diversified pool of scientists earning a Ph.D. and who have the skills to successfully transition into careers in the biomedical research workforce.
To meet the minimum qualifications you must be accepted into a MS/MA program in one of the following: Biology, Chemistry/Biochemistry, Physics/Astronomy, Psychology, Mathematics, Health Sciences or Nutrition and Dietetics. In addition, you need to be a member of group considered underrepresented in basic biomedical research.
For more detailed information, see the following document: Bridges to the Doctorate Research Training - Program Information (PDF)
To apply, download and fill out the following form: Bridges to Doctorate - 2021 Application form (PDF)
The following is a reference/recommendation form that will need to be submitted in support of your application: Bridges to Doctorate - 2021 Confidential Reference form (PDF)
Here is a list of participating faculty mentors: Bridges to Doctorate - Faculty Mentors 2021-2022 (PDF)