Recent Updates:2013 Annual Symposium on Regenerative Medicine
Thanks to the efforts of our distinguished speakers, poster judges, faculty advisors, and trainee committees, our recent Annual Symposium was a resounding success. The unifying theme for the symposium was translational research in regenerative medicine. Our five speakers gave excellent, in-depth presentations on their translational research and associated business experiences at the event. Please check the symposium page for more information on how the symposium went!New Internship Form:
A new approval form has been developed for Program students and trainers to fill out and turn in at least 2 weeks before the internship is planned to start. Please check the internships or links page for a downloadable copy and more information.
2013 News and Reviews
Our News and Reviews committee recently finished this year's edition of our Annual News and Reviews newsletter. It is available at this link; download your copy today!
State of the Art Research
The NIH Protein Biotechnology Training Program at Washington State University offers interdisciplinary training to enhance the graduate experience and produce versatile scientists and engineers to address the future needs of biotechnology in academic, industrial, or government service.
The program provides state-of-the-art training in basic science relevant to biotechnology and an education in the applied aspects of biotechnology, with particular emphasis on protein science.
Trainees in the Program are admitted for graduate studies through one of the participating academic units, then nominated for a traineeship:
Trainee positions are supported by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, part of the National Institutes of Health, and contributions by Washington State University.