Identifying molecules and pathways critical for drug-resistance in cancer
Structure of the lytic transglycosylase of C. jejuni
Dr. J. Alan Diehl, Chair, Department of Biochemistry
Message from the Chair

Our department has a rich history of excellence in research, education and training.

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Explore the broad field of biochemistry with our BS and BA undergraduate programs. Or advance your career with our PhD and MS programs, as well as dual-degree programs that combine an MS in Biochemistry with JD, MBA, or MD degrees.

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Who We Are

Our faculty members are leaders in a wide range of biomedical research areas.

  • Apply to our new Biochemistry Research Honors Track!

    We are welcoming applications from freshmen for our new Biochemistry Research Honors Track.  Accepted students will receive resources to enhance their research…
  • New courses for Spring 2023

    New Biochemistry courses are available for Spring 2023:  BIOC 310 (Microbial Physiology and Therapeutic Opportunities), BIOC 315 (Biological Membranes and Their…
  • Learn about our Biochemistry BA and BS programs

    Are you interested in majoring in Biochemistry?  Please attend our information session (Monday October 3, 5:00-6:00 p.m. in room W428, Wood Building in the School…