Graduate study at OSU will offer an opportunity to work with faculty across multiple colleges and disciplines with access to a veterinary medicine center, medical center, the Ohio Agricultural Research Center (OARDC), and state of the art research facilities with faculty whose research areas span nutrition, biochemistry, microbiology, epidemiology, genetics, and the -omics. Students graduating from OSUN will receive a Ph.D. in Nutrition.
All students receive financial support for the duration of their Ph.D. studies by fellowships and/or associateships from the University, Program and/or advisor, and department.
Join us for an informational session about the OSU Nutrition Graduate Program on November 9 at 6pm by ZOOM.
Please RSVP to Amanda Hargett to receive the Zoom Link.