In their first two years students are supported through a combination of the Program’s NIH training grant and Graduate School fellowships. CMB matriculants may also receive university distinguished fellowships including the James B Duke, Dean's Graduate, the University Scholars and the Chancellor's. Beyond their second year student funds are provided by their mentor’s research grant, teaching assistantships, or external funds. Program students have successfully competed for external fellowships including the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Department of Energy and Department of Defense.
More information is available at the link, https://gradschool.duke.edu/financial-support