Welcome to Med Into Grad
Med Into Grad is a Ph.D. training program in Translational Cancer Diagnostics and Therapeutics Research for Bioengineers and Biophysicists that integrates cancer biology, clinical medicine, translational research, and bioengineering.
As partners, Rice University and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have developed a unique training program for bioengineering graduate students that integrates:
- Courses in cancer biology, clinical medicine, bioengineering and translational research,
- Unique internship in clinical cancer care and translational research, and
- Jointly mentored interdisciplinary Ph.D. projects.
Rice, MD Anderson win $1.8M for nanotech, cancer training
will administer this new training grant entitled Interdisciplinary
Translational Pre/Posdoctoral Program in Cancer Nanotechnology. Funded
by the NIH NCI, this T32 Program partners Rice with U.T.M.D. Anderson
Cancer Center. Detailed information can be found here and in the T32 Flyer.
News and Media
Rice University Welcomes the 2014-2015 HHMI MIG Fellows
The newest HHMI MIG Fellows were welcomed to the BioScience Research Collaborative on June 10th, 2014. Read more »