With financial support from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University offer graduate certificates in nanobiotechnology. Tremendous advances in development of nanoscale, nanostructured, and nano-enabled materials for biotechnology applications are currently taking place. In particular, the development of advanced materials (e.g., electronic materials, optical materials, biologically-derived materials, and nanoscale materials) will allow for the development of next generation systems for use in medicine, homeland defense, and agriculture.
Category: Certificate Programs
The Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Psychology and Neuroscience have launched a graduate certificate in Biomedical Imaging Science. Biomedical Imaging is a critical area of research with far reaching scientific and clinical translational opportunities in several areas including cancer, developmental science, genetics, pharmacology, neuroscience, and biomedical informatics.