Research in science and engineering has become increasingly multidisciplinary, reflecting the demands of modern technologies. In addition, nanobiotechnology is an important area that addresses many problems affecting human health. Therefore, our graduate training programs aims to train doctoral level (PhD) scientists and engineers who will create new knowledge and develop new technologies crucial for solving health and environmental challenges. Our program grounds students in the discipline of their primary doctoral degree and builds upon this foundation with courses, tutorials, and experiences that position them as a leader in the field.