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Institute for Cellular Engineering

Susan Roberts directs the Institute for Cellular Engineering (ICE), an NSF-sponsored IGERT Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst aimed at creating an interdisciplinary environemnt for the advancement of cellular engineering-based research. Engineering cellular form and function is the basis for many ventures in the biomedical and biotechnology industries, including design of bioremediation processes, generation of artificial organs/tissues, production of biologics from cell culture, design of new and improved protein-based pharmaceuticals and targeted drug delivery.

How our research fits into this program
Become a graduate student member
Become a faculty participant
Contact Sue or Shana

Additionally, completion of the program now grants students a Graduate Certificate in Cellular Engineering in addition to the PhD participants will receive after completion of their home department requirements.


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