information about the Genome Sciences Ph.D. program for applicants and current students, including the student handbook and application instructions
information about course offerings & links to the UW online time schedule and course catalog.
information about the Genome Training Grant and the Big Data for Genomics & Neuroscience Training Grant
The Department of Genome Sciences, in partnership with the National Science Foundation, offers summer research opportunities for undergraduates.
The Department of Genome Sciences is committed to fostering a diverse community of scholars that is encouraging and welcoming to all students.
links to other UW academic programs and Seattle-area research institutions
Bonita and David Brewer Fellowship
The Bonita and David Brewer Fellowship is open to all graduate students in Genome Sciences labs who use a model organism in their research. This research can include genetic, genomic, proteomic or computational approaches.
Genome Sciences Travel Award
Travel awards are funded by income to the Department from endowments established by Genome Sciences faculty and are to encourage professional development.
Herschel Roman Scholarship
The Herschel and Caryl Roman Undergraduate Science Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to deserving undergraduates at the University of Washington who have an interest in genetics research.