To be eligible for the certificate program applicants must be accepted as a PhD student in a degree-granting science or engineering department at Johns Hopkins University. Read more.
The Certificate of Advanced Study in Nanobiotechnology requires 13 lecture/tutorial/laboratory courses along with at least 8 semesters of research from their home department. Read more.
1. Course Requirements: Students must complete the 13 courses required with no grade lower than a B-.
2. PhD Thesis Research: The PhD thesis research should combine nanosciences and biology/medicine. Students must submit a thesis proposal to the INBT Director of Academic Programs at the start their thesis research for approval.
3. Home Department Requirements: Students must complete the PhD requirements in their home departments.
4. Other Program Requirements: Students are expected to present their research at the annual INBT Nan-Bio Symposium during the course of their studies.
5. Progress Reports: Satisfactory progress reports from both of the student’s faculty advisors must be received. One advisor should be from the physical sciences/engineering and the other from biological sciences/medicine.