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Applications for the FCT-PhD Program in Bioengineering: Cell Therapies and Regenerative Medicine

Applications for the FCT-PhD Program in Bioengineering: Cell Therapies and Regenerative Medicine | iBB | Scoop.it

 Regenerative Medicine is an emergent cross-disciplinary field relying on highly specialized professionals with a transdisciplinary and integrated education. The international PhD Program in Bioengineering – Cell Therapies and Regenerative Medicine is designed to promote the emergence of research leaders in academia, hospitals and industry, able to produce cutting-edge developments on Regenerative Medicine, translated into clinical applications, and to promote new business ventures, improving human health and economic growth.


Photo: Directed Differentiation Of Multipotential Human Neural Progenitor Cells. NIH 2011. Public domain.  https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Differentiation_Neural_Progenitors.jpg

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Applications close on the 31st May.

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Applications for the FCT-PhD Program on Biotechnology and Biosciences Open

Applications for the FCT-PhD Program on Biotechnology and Biosciences Open | iBB | Scoop.it

BIOTECnico is an interdisciplinary four-year’s Doctoral program, offered by IST and iBB, that provides PhD students with a world-class training in Biotechnology and Biosciences. It is designed to attract national and foreign highly talented and motivated students and to prepare a new breed of creative researchers to translate basic bioscience discoveries into technological innovations in Industrial, Agro-Food, Health and Environmental Biotechnology. The program is anchored in two tracks: Biological Sciences and Biochemical Engineering.

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Doctoral Programme on Biotechnology and Biosciences Receives FCT Approval

Doctoral Programme on Biotechnology and Biosciences Receives FCT Approval | iBB | Scoop.it

The Doctoral Programme on Biotechnology and Biosciences, a collaborative effort between IST and iBB has been recently approved by  FCT after peer-review by an international panel of experts.This new FCT PhD programme will enable iBB to expand its research and educational activities, complementing the graduate efforts already in place under the scope of the PhD programs in Bioengineering-MIT Portugal and Bioengineering - Cell Therapies and Regenerative Medicine.

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Applications for the FCT-PhD Program on Advanced Integrated Microsystems

Applications for the FCT-PhD Program on Advanced Integrated Microsystems | iBB | Scoop.it

The doctoral program AIM has a focus on advanced integrated microsystems and its objective is to offer advanced training that includes: micro/nanofabrication of devices and systems; sensing and actuating; application to physical, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, and biomedical challenges. iBB researchers are part of the multidisciplianry team that provides support to the program. Click on title to learn more.

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Doctoral Programme on Applied Environmental Microbiology Receives FCT Approval

Doctoral Programme on Applied Environmental Microbiology Receives FCT Approval | iBB | Scoop.it

The Doctoral Programme on Applied and Environmental Microbiology, a collaborative effort between iBB-IST, Centro de Biologia Molecular e Ambiental (CBMA), Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica (ITQB/UNL), Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa (FC/UL) and Centro de Engenharia Biológica da Universidade do Minho (CEB/UM) has been recently approved by FCT after peer-review by an international panel of experts. With a total of 24 grants, this new FCT PhD programme will enable iBB to expand its research and educational activities, complementing the graduate efforts already in place under the scope of the PhD programs in Bioengineering-MIT Portugal, Bioengineering - Cell Therapies and Regenerative Medicine and Biotechnology and Biosciences.

 

Photo details: 3D computer-generated image of the rod-shaped, drug-resistant Shigella bacteria, Melissa Bower, CDC. 2013, Public domain.

http://phil.cdc.gov/PHIL_Images/16878/16878_lores.jpg.

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