Biotechnology Training Grant

Welcome to the Stanford NIH Graduate Training Program in Biotechnology. Our NIH predoctoral training program began in July, 1991 and is now funded to June of 2014. We provide a multi-disciplinary educational experience in biotechnology that includes regular trainee meetings, breadth courses, field trips, a newsletter, industrial affiliates and trainee internships. Over 39 faculty in 13 departments and 3 schools directly participate in the program. With the active input of a five member steering committee the program is lead by James Swartz, Chemical Engineering, with the assistance of co-directors Professor Sarah Heilshorn, Material Science and Engineering, and Dana Andersen, Senior Director, Genentech/Roche.


Events

Please contact Andrea Hubbard at ahubbub@stanford.edu if you are interested in attending.

Winter 2013 Newsletter

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NIH Biotechnology Training Grant - 3rd Symposium and Poster Presentation

Date: TBA

Location: TBA

Please contact Andrea Hubbard at ahubbub@stanford.edu if you are interested in attending.

Complimentary seminar, food, and beverages for Campus attendees

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SPRING 2012 NEWSLETTER

 


Trainees in the New

Trainee, Tomer Altman received Biomedical Informatics Recent Award...click here for more info.

Trainee, Tim Kelliher and Prof. Walbot examine corn tessels...click here for more info.


 

 

To contact us:

Andrea Hubbard - NIH Grant Administrator

Department of Chemical Engineering
Stauffer III, Mail Code 5025
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-5025
Tel: 650.736.1807
Fax: 650.725.7294
ahubbub@stanford.edu

Link to Stanford University's Site

 

Professor James Swartz - Project DIrector

Department of Chemical Engineering
Stauffer III, Mail Code 5025
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-5025
Tel: 650.723.5398
Fax: 650.725.7294
jswartz@stanford.edu