Watson School of Biological Sciences
|Location||Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States|
The Watson School of Biological Sciences (WSBS) is a biological sciences graduate school at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. The school was opened in 1999 and resides on the Laboratory campus in Cold Spring Harbor, New York on Long Island.
The school offers a graduate degree (PhD) in molecular biology in an accelerated program that strives for completion within four years. The diverse student body includes about 50 percent international students.
The Watson School of Biological sciences was named after James Watson, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA and then president of the laboratory.
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