Prospective Graduate Students | Opportunities in the RBC

Ph.D Students looking to pursue regenerative medicine research under the mentorship of RBC faculty are supported by generous stipends and assistantships. These stipends originate from a range of sources, including faculty research grants, departmental funds, UGA graduate school, government agencies, private foundations, and corporations. Financial support for master’s level students varies by program, and prospective students are encouraged to communicate with respective RBC faculty to discuss availability of funding.

As an additional benefit, students on a graduate assistantship currently only pay a nominal tuition costs per semester

We ask that prospective graduate students do not contact via email. We encourage you to complete our online application here to be considered.

Current Students seeking to join the RBC Graduate Student Association

The Regenerative Bioscience Center’s Graduate Student Association (RBC GSA) exists to unite the professional student body of the RBC by promoting the general welfare and concerns of the student body, creating new programs and initiatives to provide opportunities for personal and academic growth and interaction, and communicating with the RBC Administration and Faculty on behalf of graduate students. The RBC GSA is led by co-presidents Kelly Scheulin and Madelaine Wendzik.

To find out more or become more involved in the GSA club, please contact