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PhD - Reproductive Science Cluster

Graduate study in the Life Sciences at Northwestern University is administered through the PhD Studies in Life and Biomedical Sciences at Northwestern University (NU-LaBS) umbrella program. This overarching structure includes three admitting Life Sciences programs: the Interdepartmental Biological Sciences Program (IBiS) in Evanston, the Driskill Graduate Program (DGP) in Chicago, and the Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program (NUIN), which is cross-campus. The CRS does not administer the PhD programs at Northwestern.  For more information on graduate programs and opportunities, please visit The Graduate School.

These programs are highly integrated, and ten graduate “clusters” bring together students from multiple departments, programs, and campuses to foster a close knit community around common scientific themes. Many CRS faculty members conduct basic research and participate in the RSM cluster, providing exciting opportunities for graduate students to work in their laboratories. All graduate students conducting research in laboratories of CRS faculty members are extended RSM cluster membership, and interested students from other laboratories are welcome to join as well. Learn more about the RSM cluster.

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