Immunobiology – Training

Graduate training at Washington University is coordinated by the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS), which includes 12 different training programs.  Students in the Division of Immunobiology are affiliated with a variety of different graduate programs including the Immunology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis, Developmental Biology, Biochemistry and Computational and Systems Biology.

The Immunology Program in directed by Dr. Gene Oltz. Support for graduate student education comes from NIH training grants. Applications for graduate studies should be directed to DBBS.  Prospective students interested in more information about graduate training should visit the DBBS program websites.

There are usually opportunities for post-doctoral training in many of the individual laboratories.  Three different NIH training grants support post-doctoral training for eligible candidates. Please contact the Principal Investigator directly about post-doctoral training opportunities.

Learn more about all training opportunities supported by the Department.