How to apply to the Free Radical and Radiation Biology Program at the University of Iowa
Thank you for your interest in the Free Radical and Radiation Biology Program! For admission into the Free Radical and Radiation Biology Program, students must apply to the Biomedical Science Program (BSP). The BSP acts as a common portal by which students are admitted directly to one of eight subprograms, including the Free Radical and Radiation Biology, at the University of Iowa. Although students track directly into courses and research rotations during their first year based upon the subprogram selected on their admissions application, students have the opportunity to perform research rotations in other subprograms should they choose. Although rare, students have the option of changing subprograms, if their interests turn out to match better with a different subprogram. Students are fully supported during their graduate PhD training, which normally takes about 5 years.
Successful completion of our program culminates with a PhD, Biomedical Science (Free Radical and Radiation Biology).
Applicants to the BSP's eight subprograms will have their application fee reimbursed by the CCOM Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies if they receive an interview invitation and complete the interview. In addition, applicants may be eligible for a Graduate Application Fee Waiver based upon program participation or financial hardship.
Preliminary questionnaire. Please complete the BSP application to apply to our program. The questionnaire below is sent to the FRRBP to better assess where students particular interests lie.