Interested students should email Prof. García for more information!
The Georgia Tech NIH-funded T32 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 Ph.D. students (only US citizens are permanent residents are eligible per NIH rules) from participating programs (BioE, BME, ChBE, and ME) during their 2nd and 3rd years. The training program includes integrative bioengineering and business principles courses, industrial visits and internships, professional development programs and conferences, mentorship program, and funds for research and travel. Graduates of this program will be well-positioned to significantly contribute to biomedical and biotechnological applications.
NOMINATIONS by participating faculty DUE May 15!
Interested students should contact Prof. Andrés García (CTEng Director) for more information. Nominations for new trainees can only be made by participating faculty.