The Graduate Certificate in Nanomedicine is designed for scientists, engineers, and physicians to develop competency and practical skills in the application of nanotechnology to problems in medicine. This program is appropriate for those working in, or seeking careers in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, biomedical, or clinical fields. Program participants receive advanced training in the fundamental and applied aspects of nanomedicine, as well as nanomedicine commercialization from bench to bedside. The curriculum includes a variety of activities for scientific and professional development, including lectures, case studies, journal readings, term projects, and close interactions with distinguished faculty and experts drawn from academia, hospitals, industry, and government.
The Certificate consists of five nanomedicine (NNMD) courses, totaling 12 SH credits. This is a part-time, 12-credit graduate program that can be completed in as little as 2 semesters.
NNMD 5270 – Introduction to Nanomedicine Science and Technology (3 SH)
NNMD 5272 – Nanomedicine General Seminar (1 SH)
NNMD 5370 – Nanomedicine Research Techniques (4 SH)*
NNMD 5470 – Nano- and Bio-medical Product Development; From Concept to Market (3 SH)
NNMD 5274 – Nanomedicine Advanced Seminar (1 SH)
*This couse may be substituted by one or more electives in either Fall or Spring. Nanomedicine course description can be found here.
Application materials: Personal essay, 2 letters of recommendation, and resume
GRE (General): Recommended, not required
Restrictions: To qualify, individuals must be eligible to study in the U.S. on a part-time basis.
Deadline: Fall admissions only. Admissions review begins February 1, with rolling admissions until August 25.
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Director Anne L van de Ven
428 Egan Research Center, Northeastern University