Funding for well qualified Ph.D students is available.
This will typically take the form of a Research Assistantship and/or a Teaching Assistantship. Tuition waivers are also provided along with these Assistantships. We have no formal funding mechanism for the M.S Program but we will endeavor to find small projects for M.S students to work on (Typically during their second year) for which they can earn a stipend on an hourly basis. This will also provide M.S students some real world experience where they can apply classroom knowledge. This type of project work will be supervised by a biostatistics faculty member.
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