SPaT Program Information

SPaTVennProgram Director
Philip Mayeux, Ph.D.
prmayeux@uams.edu
501.686.8895

Program Manager
Pam Kahler, B.A.
kahlerpamj@uams.edu
    501.526.7358

 Mailing Address
SPaT T32 Training Program
4301 W Markham, Slot 611
Little Rock, AR 72205

Eligibility Information
To be eligible for NIGMS T32 support, a student must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, enrolled in either the Pharmacology, Interdisciplinary Toxicology or Interdisciplinary Biomedical Sciences graduate programs, and be working on a PhD thesis project in one of the SPaT training faculty laboratories.

Applicants from underrepresented minority groups and those with special needs are encouraged to apply to the Graduate Program in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Sciences (GPIBS). The UAMS Graduate School and the SPaT Program do not discriminate against applicants or students with special needs. The UAMS Center for Diversity Affairs, the Graduate School, and the UAMS Student Wellness Program  have in place a process for assisting these students.   We are members of Ark-AHEAD (Arkansas Affiliate of the Association on Higher Education And Disability).   Additional resources can be found at AccessSTEM Alliance.