BioInspired Syracuse is committed to providing hands-on learning opportunities for undergraduate students, innovative research paths for graduate students and development of independent inquiry by postdoctoral fellows and trainees.
In the future, the Institute will develop regular learning opportunities such as seminars and symposia and in-depth cross-disciplinary training for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.
BioInspired is an active participant in key Syracuse University initiatives designed to foster undergraduate research, including the SOURCE (Syracuse University Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors) and the Syracuse University Young Research Fellows program to provide substantive research opportunities for undergraduate students.
Our scientists also participate as mentors in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) training programs run annually by the chemistry and BMCE departments at Syracuse University.
Graduate students across multiple fields (biomedical and chemical engineering, engineering, mechanical engineering, biology, mathematics, physics, neuroscience and chemistry) contribute to BioInspired research. Please review the list of affiliated faculty to learn more about the focus of individual laboratories and mentors.
BioInspired postdoctoral trainees have the opportunity to participate in multi-disciplinary research and develop paths for independent inquiry. Please review the list of affiliated faculty to learn more about the focus of individual laboratories and mentors.
For more information about research opportunities with BioInspired Syracuse, contact us at email@example.com.
Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Development Program
This program allows students the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive, co-curricular, professional certificate program. It focuses on skill development in technical writing, oral communication and presentation, graphic design, data visualization, quantitative and technical abilities, research ethics, career and professional preparedness, grant and proposal development and research and scholarly communications. Learn more.