Antibody Scholarship Program

In order to provide educational opportunities for future generations of science scholars, we’re offering $40,000 in scholarship funding to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in an accredited college for the upcoming semester.*

Apply now to win one of two $10,000 awards, or one of four $5,000 awards. See below for eligibility information, official rules, and profiles of past award winners.

2019 Scholarship

Application start date: December 3, 2018
Application end date: May 20, 2019
Winner announced: August 2, 2019

Official rules
Frequently asked questions
Award winners

Checklist for application process

(checked items are required at time of application, other items are optional)

Undergraduate juniors & seniors Freshmen
Contact information
Completed application
Unofficial high school transcripts** (optional)      
Unofficial college/undergraduate transcripts (optional)      
Unofficial graduate school transcripts (optional)      
Résumé or C.V. (optional)      
Recommendations (optional)      
Projects, posters, etc. (optional)      
** NOTE: Official transcripts will be required from scholarship recipients at time of award.

Scholarship award eligibility criteria

No purchase necessary to apply for or receive a scholarship. To participate in the Thermo Fisher Scientific Antibody Scholarship Program (the “Program”), you must submit an online scholarship application (the “Application”) at Thermo Fisher Scientific Antibody Scholarship Program between December 3, 2018 and 11:59 p.m. US Central Time on May 20, 2019. The Program is open only to graduate and undergraduate students who (i) will be attending an accredited US college or university in the Fall 2019 semester; (ii) who is or will be a legal resident of one of the 50 US states or the District of Columbia as of August 2, 2019; (iii) will be at least 18 years of age or older as of August 2, 2019; and (iv) have a declared major of biology, chemistry, bio-chemistry or a related life science field; and (v) meets the following applicable GPA requirements:

  • Graduate students must have a cumulative graduate GPA of >3.0 on a 4.0 scale, and have received a cumulative undergraduate GPA of >3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Undergraduate Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors must have cumulative college GPA of >3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Undergraduate Freshmen must have a cumulative high school GPA of >3.0 on a 4.0 scale

Healthcare Professionals (term defined in the Official Rules) may not participate in this Program. US federal or state government employees may not participate in this Program. This Program is void where prohibited by law.

A committee will select scholarship recipients who the committee determines best fit one or more of Sponsor’s values of Integrity, Intensity, Innovation or Involvement, as demonstrated by the Application. Two recipients will each receive a $10,000 scholarship and four recipients will each receive a $5,000 scholarship. All scholarship award payments will be made directly to the college or university at which the recipient is enrolled.

Sponsor reserves the right to cancel this Program if a minimum of 500 eligible Applications are not received by the submission deadline.

The winners will be notified on approximately August 2, 2019.

The complete Official Rules are available here. In case of any inconsistency between these abbreviated rules and the complete Official Rules, the complete Official Rules will always prevail.

Featured Past winner: Kritika Singh

Kritika Singh

Kritika is an undergraduate student at Northeastern University majoring in Bioengineering with a focus in cell and tissue engineering, chemistry, and global health. At the Mazitschek Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital, Kritika is currently working to establish an assay platform to allow the simultaneous profiling of the specificity of epigenetic modulators and their small molecule inhibitors in the context of a diverse set of histone modifications. Outside of class, Kritika gives back to society as the CEO of the non-profit, Malaria Free World Inc., advocating for malaria research and prevention. She is also the webmaster of the undergraduate engineering research journal, Embark, and is the director of Northeastern’s first global health conference.

Meet our 2018 Winners

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If you have any questions or experience any difficulties regarding your scholarship submission, please contact our scholarship coordinator by email at

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