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The cWIDR and its laboratories provide education, research training, and employment opportunities for physicians, scientists, and students at all levels, including undergraduates, medical students, graduate students, postdoctoral trainees, and clinical and research fellows.

Training for Ph.D. and M.D. / Ph.D. Degrees

Graduate education is provided through the interdepartmental Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS). Many members of the cWIDR act as research mentors and teach in the Division, which offers 12 doctoral degree programs.
For more information on these programs and the admissions process, visit the DBBS and degree program websites:

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Undergraduates from Washington University and other Universities with an interest in research have extensive opportunities to interact with cWIDR laboratories through independent study, summer research, Federal Work-Study programs, and special programs.

High School Students

Washington University has several programs available to high school students for summer or school year research projects.


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