To participate in BCBP Synergy, please contact the organizers, Adam Luthman (email@example.com) and Beverly Errede (firstname.lastname@example.org), to get started.
Biochemistry of Human Disease: Learn contemporary biochemical principles, cutting edge approaches, literature analysis, and current and future treatments of human disease.
Critial Analysis & Communication in Biochemistry: Develop a range of communication skills including science podcasting, oral presentations, and roundtable deliberation coupled with in-depth analysis of seminar speaker research over a free lunch.
To facilitate meetups and networking between members of BCBP, we launched BCBP Synergy.
Congratulations to Justin Rectenwald a graduate student in Biochemistry and Biophysics, who was awarded the Diane Harris Leadership Award for exemplary public service.
Pedro N. Pozo, graduate student in Cook lab publishes his first-authored paper in MBoC and he receives his PhD.
Sierra Archibald in Aziz Sancar lab works along side of senior researchers whose work focuses on DNA damage repair, cell cycle checkpoints, circadian clock.
Graduate students: AMY BYRNES, LIOR VERED, SHARON GUFFY, and PEDRO N. POZO gave their defenses this year.
Congratulations to Aspen Gutgsell who was awarded a Predoctoral Fellowship by the AHA and winner of best poster at the Southeast Lipid Research Conference!
Aspen was awarded a Predoctoral Fellowship by AHA, and the best graduate student poster at the Southeast Lipid Research Conference in Nashville, TN on November 2, 2018, as well as the best poster at our departmental research retreat in October 2018.