The Pharmaceutical Education Project

Trains graduate and undergraduate students to bring a new perspective to the pharmaceutical industry. To supplement direct faculty mentorship in the laboratory, students can take a number of pharmaceutically oriented courses, including our capstone course on Drug Design, Development and Delivery and the week-long Pharmaceutical Industry Plant Trip over spring break, both of which are unique opportunities that cannot be found at other universities. We support our students through a Doctoral Fellowship Program funded in part by a U.S. Department of Education training grant.

Center Eductional Activities

CD4 Doctoral Fellowships

The Center for Drug Design, Development and Delivery invites Georgia Tech doctoral students engaged in research in the area of drug design, development and delivery to apply for fellowships including a stipend and tuition coverage. These funds have been made available through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) program.

Degree Opportunities