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Graduate Fellowships 

Interdisciplinary Toxicology Certificate students:


ITP fellowships for either MS or PhD students having research projects focused on some aspect of toxicology are available.  The fellowships include stipend enhancements of $3,000/year. Students can be from any degree-granting graduate program at OSU but must have a Certificate in Interdisciplinary Toxicology or be enrolled in the Certificate program. Fellows are expected to participate in related activities (e.g., sponsored seminars), make a presentation at the annual symposium, and be an active member of the Graduate Society for Interdisciplinary Toxicology. 


The deadline for submission of applications for the 2021-2022 academic year is August 24, 2021, by 5:00pm. Applications should be a single PDF file and include 1) a cover letter indicating the student’s interest in interdisciplinary toxicology, 2) evidence of either awarding of the Certificate or current enrollment in the Certificate Program, 3) a brief description of the student’s research program, and 4) a letter of support from the student’s major advisor. The major advisor for a fellow applicant must be a member of the ITP faculty or submit a letter of interest in joining along with a quality photo and brief bio sketch to the program Director. All ITP students are eligible, but preference will be given to applicants that have received one year or less of ITP fellowship support. 


To submit your application or for more information, contact Michelle Kuehn

Undergraduate Fellowships

The Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program (ITP) is accepting applications for undergraduate fellowships. These fellowships will match students with at least two ITP faculty members for interdisciplinary research experience. Students can be from any degree- granting program at OSU.

Requirements include at least 60 hours of undergraduate credit and some experience in the general field of the faculty mentors. 

Applications should include:

1) A cover letter indicating the student’s interest in interdisciplinary toxicology 

2) A letter of support from a faculty member/ department head in the student’s undergraduate program. Fellowships will be competitively awarded on an annual basis.

For more information, contact Dr. Carey Pope

2020 ITP Fellowship Recipients

Debarati Chanda

Adriana Townsend

Shauni Windle

Katie Oswalt

Md Ibrahim (Senior Fellow)

Justin Scott (Senior Fellow)

Sarah Hileman (Senior Fellow)


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