The School of Chemical, Materials and Biomedical Engineering offers research intensive graduate programs that enable students to gain inter-disciplinary knowledge that integrates the life sciences and engineering in the areas of biomanufacturing, advanced therapeutic technologies and biomaterials and medical devices. Our training programs are supported by approximately 16 research active faculty with annual research expenditures exceeding $3.6 million. Funding is provided by grants and contracts with industry partners and multiple federal agencies including: NSF, NIH, USDA and DOE. The faculty have collaborative efforts with numerous centers of excellence at the University of Georgia, including the New Materials Institute, the Regenerative Bioscience Center and the NSF funded Engineering Research Center in Cell Manufacturing Technologies.