Wash U is an incredible place that provides graduate students with a lot of support - both with your research and financially. The only downside is a large workload, but I feel that is true of all Ph.D. programs.
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I feel the pros are that you get great research training. There are also a ton of resources available. We have access to resources at the medical campus (mri, fmri, etc.). We are also extremely well funded 21k per year living in a very affordable area. The faculty are very approachable and collaborative. I'd say this is not the place if you want to teach or go into practice later on.
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Pros: fantastic reputation, affordable city, great stipend, non-competitive environment once you get in. Cons: Some classes can be an afterthought for the research oriented professors who teach them,
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