The Molecular Engineering Ph.D. program is a growing graduate program that takes a rational approach to engineering highly-complex, multifunctional molecular systems, drawing on fundamental principles shared across various fields of engineering and sciences that develop materials with organic, biological or inorganic/organic hybrid molecular architecture. The program trains students to become experimentalists or theoreticians who can design and characterize molecules and systems of molecules, model molecular system behaviors and inspire new molecular designs, and recognize and exploit molecular and nanoscale system constraints that impact system functionalities.
UW Postdoc Positions
Email the Institute to post your position here.
Postdoc Funding & Award Opportunities
Damon Runyon Award Programs
Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Research Fellowship
Life Sciences Research Foundation Fellowship
Miller Institute Fellowships
MIT Whitehead Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship
National Academies Fellowships
NIH General Medical Sciences Research Funding
NIH Training Grants
Science Career Guide
Washington Research Foundation Innovation Fellowships at the University of Washington