Biological Chemistry

Department of Biological Chemistry

The Department of Biological Chemistry at the University of Michigan Medical School educates and trains undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate and medical students in modern biochemistry.  Our research areas include structural enzymology, protein processing and folding, regulation of gene expression and biochemical signaling. Explore our graduate programs and labs, and some of the cutting-edge work being performed by our faculty.

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                   TUESDAY, MAY 16th, 2017!

           Department of Biological Chemistry

                Student Awards Presentations

                 and Departmental Reception


We are happy to announce that Dr. John Denu from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (Postdoctoral Fellow with Jack Dixon 1993-1996) will be this year’s Distinguished Alumni Lecturer.  His seminar, entitled "Epigenetics and Metabolism: Functions of NAD+ - Dependent Deacylases" is scheduled for Noon on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 in the North Lecture Hall of Med Sci II and will be immediately followed by our Student Awards Presentations and Departmental Reception to be held in 2950 THSL, 2nd Floor of PIBS GAP area.

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Cellular Biotechnology Training Program

                  2017 Symposium

                     Wednesday, May 17th

              Forum Hall, Palmer Commons

Keynote Spreaker:  Dr. Gary Nabel, Chief Scientific Officer, Sanofi

Register By:               May 2, 2017

Abstract Deadline:     April 28, 2017

To register click HERE

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Masters in Biochemistry

Applications for Fall 2018

Available September 2017

Explore our website to learn more about our one-year program.

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