Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) at the University of Georgia provides:
- Training in emerging and interdisciplinary disciplines
- Competitive financial support
- Customized research specializations
At UGA, you choose. Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) allows first-year graduate students to explore the research areas of over 200 faculty and 14 participating PhD graduate programs. Entering students perform three laboratory rotations and take a streamlined and innovative curriculum in the Fall semester that is designed to facilitate the transition to graduate education and research. Students then choose a thesis advisor, graduate program, and begin thesis research. A hallmark of this competitive graduate program is its emphasis on existing and emerging interdisciplinary research areas.
The application deadline is December 15th.