Washington University in St. Louis offers a fully funded PhD in Biological Anthropology. Central areas of focus within Biological Anthropology are Paleoanthropology, Primatology, and Human Biology. Graduate students may work primarily within one of these areas or across them. Graduate students engage in cutting-edge research, present their findings at international conferences, and benefit from collaborations with some of the leading figures in the discipline. Students who are admitted to the program are generally funded with tuition remission and a living stipend for 4-6 years, assuming continued high academic performance.