You must have received (or will receive by the start of the program) a B.S. or B.A. degree from an accredited university or college.
Washington University will not sponsor employment-based visas for the program.
Previous research experience is not required, but may be preferred by some mentors.
Individuals will be full-time employees and are expected to participate in the program on a full-time, in-person basis.
Additional eligibility topics are addressed in the FAQ section.
Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. We encourage applications of highly motivated individuals regardless of race, gender, creed, or nationality.
Education history, including previous degrees, conferral dates, and granting institutions
Personal statement (Please include your research interests, career goals, and why you wish to participate in this program. If you have not had previous research experience and/or scientific education, you may address it here. Please also briefly address your interest in developmental biology and/or regenerative medicine. No more than 2 pages, 11pt font (Arial or Times New Roman), 1 inch margins, single spaced. PDF or Word document.)
Curriculum vitae or resume (Include education history, relevant research experience, volunteer or community service activities, teaching or mentoring experience, leadership experience, honors, awards, publications and anything else that you believe is pertinent. No more than 5 pages. PDF or Word document.)
The names and contact information for 2 references. Please have your letter writers submit their letters directly to DBRMpostbacc@email.wustl.edu by March 31, 2021 for full consideration, or April 30, 2021 for review on a rolling basis.
A list of faculty mentors who you are interested in working with.