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I am currently trying to decide between the University of Wisconsin and WashU for bioengineering graduate school. I am interested in drug delivery and biomaterials. I already know I have funding at both schools. I also know which labs I would work in. Unfortunately, other than that they are dead even. So I was wondering if anyone had any advice. Do you think one school has a better reputation than the other or produces better graduate students. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am tired of hearing you have to choose which is best for you, especially when I don't know what that is.

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For bioengineering, I say pick WashU. It has a really strong medical program. Thus, great labs, equipment, and the works. Plus, Nashville can be fun. I may be biased, though, because I've never been to Madison. Good luck deciding.

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Thanks for the replies, I am still up in the air. I just wanted to comment that the only reason I am concerned about names is because I want to be able to get good post-docs and later a job. So thanks for the comments again.

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