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Department of Biochemistry

Biochemistry

If you are searching for outstanding training in biochemistry and molecular biology, you should explore what we have to offer. The Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology prepares students for successful careers as independent investigators in academia, government, biotechnology, and in teaching. The training is rigorous and provides access to state-of-the-art technology in diverse research areas. The Department has research efforts of international stature in several areas, including cellular and molecular signaling, structural biology, eukaryotic molecular biology, lipid and membrane biochemistry, molecular genetics, enzymology, and tumor biology. Our faculty is especially committed to graduate education and is actively engaged in shaping the highly collaborative environment with other departments and the private sector that makes MCV/VCU such a special place.

Faculty

 The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology consists of 27 full-time faculty and 27 affiliate faculty members with a strong commitment to research, and graduate and medical education. Many of our faculty are international renowned for their cutting edge research published in journals such as Science, Nature and Cancer Cell. Our faculty is well funded, from governmental sources such as National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, and the Department of Defense.

Education

If you are searching for outstanding training in biochemistry and molecular biology, you should explore what we have to offer....

The Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology offers programs leading to MS, PhD, and MD/PhD degrees, preparing students for successful careers as independent investigators in academia, government, biotechnology, and in teaching in academia, government, biotechnology, and teaching. The training is rigorous and provides access to state-of-the-art technology in diverse research areas. At the core of each degree program is an independent research project that is conducted under the supervision of a faculty member. Student research projects can be developed in various areas, including: Lipid signaling and metabolism, Lipidomics, Proteomics, and Genomics, Inflammation and Asthma, Tissue Repair and Remodeling,  Cardiovascular and Atherosclerosis, Neuroscience, Cancer Research, and Structural Biology.

 All Ph.D. students identified by the admissions committees and faculty interviewers as outstanding will be offered a stipend (currently about $23,200 per year) and a waiver of tuition costs. Exceptional applicants may be eligible for an additional merit stipend.

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