Faculty at the Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory are constantly looking for well-qualified students. Three types of training programs are available:
Students receive support from a variety of sources, including individual research grants, training grants from the NIH and USDA, private industry, and teaching assistantships. We usually have several graduate students that are enrolled in the Cell and Molecular Biology Interdisciplinary Graduate Program at CSU. Graduate study opportunities are also available through the Equine Sciences Program.
Students at ARBL are encouraged to work in several laboratories during the course of their program, in order to obtain exposure to several disciplines and a broad range of techniques.
If you are interested in pursuing a postdoctoral or graduate training program with us, please examine the areas of current research listed on the ARBL Home Page, and feel free to contact individual faculty members for the areas of interest to you.