Nanomedicine

Nanomedicine refers to the use of extremely small materials and devices (1 - 100 nanometers in size) in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. This includes targeted drug delivery, regenerative medicine, and personalized medicine. Nanomedicine provides a broad training across the life and physical sciences, and undergraduate research is a key element of the program. Nanomedicine students are well-prepared for professional and graduate school as well as exciting careers in pharmaceuticals, medical devices and products, and many other related areas.