Certificates & Training Programs

Integrative Bioinformatics for Investigating and Engineering Microbiomes (IBIEM)

IBIEM logoIBIEM is an interdisciplinary graduate training program between Duke University and North Carolina A&T State University which brings together scientists from various fields with an interest in microbiome research. The educational model of IBIEM transcends communication barriers between disciplines and promotes team science. Graduate students in microbiology, engineering and other empirical sciences are cross-trained with theorists, model builders and computational scientists. IBIEM trainees are exposed to and develop a range of soft skills as well as be engaged with the community through outreach activities aimed at promoting science and engineering to the public. Learn more about IBIEM

Graduate Certificate in Nanoscience

Nanoscience at Duke UniversityIn the Graduate Certificate in Nanoscience program, graduate students are educated and mentored in classes, labs and research projects by faculty spanning the physical sciences, engineering, and basic biological-science disciplines relevant to nanoscience. The program includes faculty from departments within the Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, the Pratt School of Engineering, and the Duke University School of Medicine. Find requirements and more information

WISeNet IGERT Training Program

The purpose of the WISeNet Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training (IGERT) program is to prepare doctoral (PhD) students for interdisciplinary research in wireless sensor networks. Students in this program are supported for up to two years, and receive a WISeNet graduate certificate upon completion of a doctoral degree (PhD) from a participating academic department. Learn more about WISeNet IGERT