The Chemistry-Biology Interface Training Grant is an NIH funded grant that supports top graduate students working at the interface of chemistry and biology.  These students work in the laboratories of individual PIs, but they also receive an interdisciplinary training whereby they learn a common language and shared set of research skills.


Early each spring semester, 6-8 students with an interest in working at the chemistry-biology interface who have been offered admission to one of the participating graduate programs for the coming fall semester will be offered CBI Training Program Fellowships.