How to apply
Applicants to the PhD in Immunology and Immunotherapeutics program will need to submit:
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- Official Transcripts
- Statement of Purpose: please provide a personal statement detailing why you are applying to the I2GP program
- CV (3-page limit. Please include relevant work experience, publications, and presentations)
- A one to two page written narrative of past research experiences (to include types of research and duration of experience).
- TOEFL or equivalent (international applicants)
- GRE scores are not required.
The priority deadline is December 1st, the final deadline is February 1st.
Have questions? Email Program Director, Ken Oestreich.
After you apply
Interviews will take place In the months following the application deadline, with the final decisions generally rendered by April. Six students will be accepted each cohort.
Ohio State’s commitment to diversity and inclusion
The PhD of Immunology and Immunotherapeutics program strives to recruit a diverse student body to allow for collaboration with learners from different cultures and experiences, to broaden perspectives and create space for new ideas. Through a diverse learning environment, you and your peers will learn from each other’s knowledge, experiences and perspectives to drive your own growth. The Ohio State University’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion is committed to enhancing the recruitment, admission and retention of students from underrepresented groups. This office currently offers professional and personal guidance, career development and networking and mentorship opportunities throughout Ohio State’s affiliations.