Pathway to PhD: Earn While You Learn through IPREP

Categories: Graduate

Date: 3/1/2020

The Indiana University Purdue University Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program (IPREP) provides multi-tier support to recent college graduates who are members of underrepresented racial minority or disadvantaged populations, for gaining admissions to Ph.D. programs in biomedical, neuro and behavioral sciences. IPREP ( is funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health. IPREP fellows receive a twelve-month salary of $29,511 plus health insurance and other program benefits such as conference attendance, while working with an active research faculty mentor in a scientific area relevant to the individual’s career interests. On-line application for the 2020-21 IPREP cohort is open and the closing date is March 1, 2020. The early decision option is available and strongly encouraged. For additional information about IPREP, contact or call 317-274-2877.

On-line application can be accessed at