Basic and translational research
Developing new biomaterials

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Motivated graduate students with an interest in polymeric biomaterials research and the application of polymers in medicine are being sought for the PhD program in Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Pharmaceutics, or Molecular Biosciences at Rutgers University.  Suitable undergraduate backgrounds include biomedical engineering, materials science, chemical engineering, chemistry, and biological sciences. General information on the Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering or Molecular Bioscience graduate programs at Rutgers can be found at the Rutgers University site. The NJ Center for Biomaterials does not accept resumes from prospective students BEFORE they have applied to one of the four specific graduate programs listed above. Once you have applied, please feel free to upload your resume here so that we can follow your application process. Once you have been formally admitted to the graduate program of your choice we will be in touch.

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