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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

Marty participated in the 2011 IGERT Online Poster session. You can see his poster here.

For further information:

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 a graduate degree from their home department.

Publications Relevant to Interdisciplinary Graduate Training

Roberts SC, Passonno SD, Bhatia SR. (2009) Interdisciplinary training in cellular engineering at UMass Amherst: The Institute for Cellular Engineering (ICE) REU Program at UMass Amherst. Proceedings of the IEEE: 35th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, 323-324. IEEE

Passonno SD, Bhatia SR, Roberts SC. (2009) Graduate training in cellular engineering at UMass Amherst: The Institute for Cellular Engineering (ICE) IGERT program. Proceedings of the IEEE: 35th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, 268-269. IEEE

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