MSU's Center for Biofilm Engineering offers an ideal setting for the interdisciplinary, collaborative research that is the basis for our worldwide reputation in the field of biofilms. Graduate and undergraduate students work under the guidance of the CBE's multidisciplinary faculty in contiguous laboratories to solve problems associated with biofilms in medical, industrial, and environmental contexts. The CBE's standing in the international research community attracts visiting students and faculty from all parts of the world, providing a culturally diverse and stimulating academic environment.
Opportunity for PhD applicants to study biofilms:
- Graduate Program
- W.G. Characklis Award for PhD students at the CBE
- John Neuman Memorial Fund
- Warren Jones Memorial Scholarship
- Undergraduate program
- Faculty: A listing of current CBE-associated faculty and their specialties
- Seminar Series
“CBE documentary on real-world problems of biofilms”
“Think Outside Expectations: MSU's Women in Engineering”
“Impacting healthcare sciences nationally and internationally through research, education, and outreach”
Jennifer Summers, MSU-CBE masters graduate in chemical and biological engineering, explains her lab experience working on urinary catheters. Matthew Fields, CBE director, discusses the impact of biofilms on public health (minute 2:25). Video courtesy of MSU's Division of Health Sciences.
“Discover the Center for Biofilm Engineering at MSU”