Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design

Johns Hopkins University, 2007 - $20,000

This grant further supports the programs that make up the new Center for Bioengineering Design and Innovation at Johns Hopkins. Specifically, the grant helps with the development of a non-thesis option for the Masters program that will allow students to take on a design project for two years, starting as a design team leader in year one. It's hoped that the non-thesis Masters track will produce four Masters students per year, with funding from industry, donations, and other grants.