NIH Biotechnology Training Program in Cell and Tissue Engineering (CTEng)

Accepting nominations through April 5th

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Andres Garcia, PhD

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NIH Biotechnology Training Program in Cell and Tissue Engineering (CTEng) - Accepting nominations through April 5th

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The Georgia Tech CTEng program provides advanced and integrated training for pre-doctoral engineering students in cell and tissue engineering to develop future leaders for the biotechnology industries.

CTEng supports PhD students from participating programs during their 2nd and 3rd years.  The training program includes integrative bioengineering courses, interactions with cell and tissue engineering and regenerative medicine faculty at Georgia Tech and Emory University School of Medicine, industrial fellowships and site visits, Graduate Leadership program, journal club and discussion groups, and exposure to clinical applications and industrial perspectives.  Graduates of this program will be well-positioned to significantly contribute to biomedical and biotechnological applications.

NOMINATIONS DUE APRIL 5!

Interested students should contact Andrés García, PhD, (CTEng Director) for more information. Nominations for new trainees can only be made by participating faculty.

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Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience (IBB)

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  • Created On: Mar 27, 2013 - 8:26am
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