PhD Program in Molecular Sciences in Claremont in USA

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Molecular Sciences

One must accomplish two things when earning a PhD. First one must understand a particular subject thoroughly. Secondly, one must extensively in knowledge about that subject.

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

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PhD: Applied Life Sciences or Corporate Awards Student Training (CAST)

Keck Graduate Institute
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Claremont

CAST is an innovative KGI-bioindustry collaborative PhD research program [+]

Doctoral Degrees in Molecular Sciences in Claremont in USA. What is Corporate Awards Student Training (CAST) PhD Program in Bioprocessing at KGI? CAST is an innovative KGI-bioindustry collaborative PhD research program that: Fills the gap between conventional academic and industry research. Offers the candidates with unparalleled opportunity of "real-life" research experience and transferable skills that are essential for a successful career in the bioindustry. Is fully funded by industry partner (stipend, tuition, insurance, travel....) Offers the candidates the opportunity to carry out much of their research at company site. Offers the candidates the opportunity to take a series of additional 2 ½ day intensive courses (BPAT) offered within the Amgen Bioprocessing Center (ABC). Includes joint KGI-industry supervision - A KGI faculty member and an industry expert. Who is it for? KGI Master level graduates in bioprocessing. Master level graduates in relevant subjects from approved external universities. Industry professionals with first degrees in relevant subjects and multiple years of industry experience. For further information contact Parviz Shamlou, Director, Amgen Bioprocessing Center (ABC). Industry and Student Perspective Flaka Radoniqi, CAST PhD student in Bioprocessing "In my two years MBS Course program at KGI, I did a Team Master's Project (TMP) and a summer internship with Boehringer Ingelheim (BI). I had multiple options when I completed my MBS in 2014 but a PhD fully sponsored by BI was a dream come true. The work is intellectually challenging and experimentally demanding, but at BI I have access to some of the best research and development facilities in the world not to mention the depth and breadth of expertise that I can draw upon for my education and career development". James Miller, CAST PhD student in Bioprocessing "Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) is a great company and the Bay area in northern California is a great place to spend three years doing my PhD. I like mathematical modeling work and fundamental research but, having spent much time with industry during my MBS course at KGI, I am also conscious of the fact that my research needs to be relevant. The KG's CAST PhD Program offers both - It is a win-win situation and I am very happy with my choice". Dr. Jon Coffman, Director of Bioprocessing, Boehringer Ingelheim "KGI PhD candidates can deliver results that increase our process understanding. By sponsoring a PhD student, we not only get a practical, scientifically sound understanding of a problem, we also contribute to the professional training of a student. In addition, the professional mentors of the PhD student get valuable managerial experience. High quality research publications are important to the future success of BI in a highly competitive marketplace. KGI's CAST PhD program provides an excellent and flexible platform for recruitment of the next generation of bioprocess engineers that can meet the demand of industry and for closing the gap between academic and industry based research and development." [-]