Through Seattle BioMed’s long-standing affiliation with the University of Washington, select graduate students have an opportunity to perform their thesis work at Seattle BioMed, working directly with our scientists. The training is conducted through the Interdisciplinary Program in Pathobiology through the Department of Global Health or the Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) interdisciplinary program.
Seattle BioMed scientists sponsor some students' thesis work. This training goes beyond bench work; it also allows students to learn how to critically analyze data and the work of their peers, prepare scientific papers and make presentations of their findings. For specific information, visit the Department of Global Health or the Molecular & Cellular Biology website.
For more information, please see the University of Washington's Graduate School Admissions website.