Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) at the University of Georgia provides:
- Training in emerging and interdisciplinary disciplines
- Competitive financial support
- Customized research specializations
At UGA, you choose. Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) allows first-year graduate students to explore the research areas of over 200 faculty and 14 participating PhD graduate programs. Entering students perform three laboratory rotations and take a streamlined and innovative curriculum in the Fall semester that is designed to facilitate the transition to graduate education and research. Students then choose a thesis advisor, graduate program, and begin thesis research. A hallmark of this competitive graduate program is its emphasis on existing and emerging interdisciplinary research areas.
The application deadline of December 1st has been extended to December 5th.
Learn more about ILS through this informative video (~4 min.)