Stipends and Benefits
Our students receive a competitive stipend, a tuition remission, and individual health insurance at no cost to the student.
The annual Rush and Helen Record Neuroscience Forum is made possible through a generous gift from friends of Rush and Helen Record. Because of their involvement, we have the opportunity to meet at this forum and focus on the research accomplishments, opportunities and challenges of the past year. This forum is an important component of our graduate program that provides Neuroscience graduate students and postdoctoral fellows a setting in which to present their research findings to the Baylor College of Medicine Neuroscience community. The forum also provides an opportunity to invite colleagues from other institutions to share their perspective on our research and training activities.
Student organizations such as the Consulting Club, Association of Women in Science, Association of Graduate Student Diversity, Climbing Club and STEM Education Interest Group provide opportunities for students to learn about careers, network with individuals with shared interests and have fun.