Marcin Iwanicki studies the mechanisms of ovarian cancer initiation and progression with novel techniques such as CRISPR/CAS9 gene editing.
Develop the deep expertise you need to drive innovations in cancer biology, drug discovery and development, genetics and more with a Ph.D. in chemical biology.
Stevens’ interdisciplinary chemical biology doctoral program trains students to investigate biological problems, use advanced statistical methods and interpret the kinetic parameters of biological reactions. You’ll also work alongside expert faculty to conduct independent research in areas like cell and molecular biology, physiology, organic chemistry and computational chemistry. Our graduates are well-prepared for careers in academia as well as industry and medicine, and they assume roles such as research scientist, pharmaceutical chemist and materials scientist.
Because Stevens is located near both New York City and the New Jersey research corridor, students have access to valuable partnerships with the many industry leaders, renowned academic institutions and national research centers headquartered in our region.