GRADUATE – Our graduate training methodology has been recognized by the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation as an innovative new approach to multidisciplinary training, integrating research and education. It combines traditional disciplinary coursework and laboratory training with peer-to-peer teaching, co-advising, and professional development.
Research in science and engineering has become increasingly multidisciplinary, reflecting the demands of modern technologies. In addition, nanobiotechnology is an important emerging area that will address many problems that affect human health. Therefore, the guiding philosophy behind our graduate training programs is to train doctoral level (PhD) scientists and engineers who will create new knowledge and develop new technologies that will be crucial to the future of the nation’s effort to integrate nanotechnology with the life sciences and medicine. Our program allows students to be grounded in the discipline of their primary doctoral degree and builds upon this foundation with courses, tutorials, and experiences that position them at the leading edge of expertise.
Work with experts in cancer biology, molecular and cellular biophysics, applied mathematics, materials science, and physics to study and model cancer cell motility and the assorted biophysical forces involved in the metastatic process. Learn More
Co-operative (Co-Op) Education Program
To broaden the practical training for Master of Science and Engineering (MSE) students in the Whiting School of Engineering, INBT is partnering with several companies, including MedImmune and Becton Dickinson in offering a Co-Op opportunity to incoming MSE students in the Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering programs. Learn More
The Institute for NanoBioTechnology has established a certificate in nanobiotechnology that is designed to attract PhD students seeking: multidisciplinary training, spanning the physical sciences/engineering and biological science/medicine. Students will be exposed to the disciplines relevant to nanobiotechnology in various ways. Learn More
Nanotechnology for Cancer Research Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Training Program
This program fosters predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows who are trained across disciplines to lay foundations for technologies that enable an inside-view of cancer cell functions as opposed to the limited black-box input-output techniques currently used. Learn More