The University of New Mexico

An NSF Integrative Graduate

Education and Research Traineeship in

Integrating Nanotechnology with Cell Biology and Neuroscience

INCBN IGERT

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The overarching vision for the INCBN IGERT program is to
develop a new cadre of interdisciplinary scholars with excellent research skills, prepared for challenges of the 21st century brought by the nanotechnology revolution. Each Fellow will have mentor and co-mentor faculty members from Science/Engineering and HSC or Biology. The students will register for at least 3 hours of research projects per semester and will submit project reports for grading.

The UNM INCBN IGERT program is seeking outstanding graduate students who wish to lead in developing applications of rapidly evolving nanotechnologies to cell biology and neuroscience.

The INCBN graduate fellowship incorporates: $30,000 annual fellowship plus tuition and health insurance. INCBN support will be offered for one year with possible extension for a second year contingent upon satisfactory research and academic progress.

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