Financial Aid available through the Ohio State:

There are several fellowship opportunities available through the university for new, incoming students. A full listing may be found here.

Students Pursuing a Master's Degree (Scholarships and Fellowships):

The College of Public Health has a limited number of slots available to award to incoming students. Because of this, it is imperative that students interested in being considered for university funding meet all required deadlines for application submission. All domestic and international applicants must submit their completed SOPHAS application by no later than Nov. 15. This early deadline ensures that all of your materials can be verified before the Graduate Studies Committee makes final fellowship decisions. University Fellowship and Enrichment Scholarships are available to prospective students that submit their materials during the middle of November for the next autumn semester.

University Financial Aid:

Most financial aid programs through the university require the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please read the instructions found here before you apply for aid. The deadline for financial aid applications for incoming students is in February of each year. If you have missed this deadline, there are still other funding opportunities available, the details for which can be found here.

Aid Available through the department:

Graduate Research Associate Opportunities

The availability of graduate student research associate positions is contingent upon the needs of particular faculty members for their research projects. These positions provide tuition coverage as well as a monthly stipend. Students are encouraged to look for faculty members with related research interests and see if they are looking for graduate student support.

Graduate students interested in GRA opportunities should forward a resume or CV to the department via email for consideration. If your skills match our needs, we will be in touch.

Postdoctoral Opportunities

There are many funded opportunities for postdoctoral research with faculty in our department. Our faculty have a range of research expertise and foci, spanning a number of sub-disciplines of biomedical informatics.

If you are interested in pursuing a postdoctoral opportunity please contact us via email for more information at BMI.education@osumc.edu. Please make sure to include a copy of your most current CV in your inquiry email.

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