Your development as a graduate student and scientist is top priority in the Biosciences Home Programs. We strive to provide you with excellent training and helpful resources throughout your time at Stanford.
Biosciences Hardship Fund
The Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs will pilot the Biosciences Hardship Program in Spring Quarter 2019. Funds from this program are intended to address the needs of students who are experiencing a financial hardship related to the cost of living in the San Francisco Bay Area or other factors. Learn more about the program and apply by the May 1, 2019 deadline.
Biosciences Events Calendar
The Office of Graduate Education publishes an interactive calendar of recommended professional development, wellness, and community-building events across Stanford and the School of Medicine. Bookmark this link or subscribe to the Google Calendars to make the most of the rich learning opportunities available: http://biosciences.stanford.edu/events.
The Office of Graduate Education’s Biosciences Wellness Matters program provides curriculum and programs that promote self-care, resiliency, and improved wellness, helping to create an environment in which graduate students can thrive academically and personally.
Meet the Biosciences Peer Mentors (BioPeers) – your peer resource for navigating the challenges of graduate school.
Visit the mini-courses webpage for graduate student and postdoc registration instructions and FAQ.
Graduate students and postdocs can also teach mini-courses when partnered with a faculty Course Director! Learn about proposing a mini-course on the faculty mini-courses webpage.