The M.S. in Biotechnology Program continues to grow. Dr. Ekaterina M. Nestorovich from the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, has recently joined the program as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Nestorovich's research focuses on the in vitro reconstitution of membrane ion channels. She studies how the nanopore affects antibiotic and antitoxin actions. To learn more, see biology.cua.edu
Welcome to the M.S. In Biotechnology Program Web Site
Dr. Frank Portugal
As Director of the M.S. in Biotechnology Program, I am also pleased that you have come to the Catholic University of America Web site. I understand how important choosing a career path is. Once you have made that choice, you want to select an institution that gives you the best opportunity to achieve success.
Why Get an M.S. in Biotechnology Degree?
- The average salary of a Maryland bioscience employee is approximately $80,000. (Maryland Biotechnology Center, 2009)
- The Milken Institute projects that biotechnology employment will grow by 1.6% annually through 2014, with many subsectors projected to experience even faster rates of growth. (Angelou Economics: Global Economic Development)
- Biotechnology offers opportunities in five major subsectors.
Why CUA for the M.S. in Biotechnology Program?
Catholic University of America offers a unique M.S. in Biotechnology Program that enables biotechnology internships not restricted to just commercial companies, maximal flexibility to students for choosing a program and course of study, and open access to faculty who are fully engaged in both teaching and research in their fields.
Biotech and Beyond
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Dr. Portugal exhibiting the Catholic University's new biotechnology program with two other local universities at the BIO International Conference in Washington, D.C. this past summer.