The mission of the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry is to carry out world class research that addresses molecular mechanisms of biological processes, particularly as it relates to human disease, and to disseminate that knowledge through teaching and training of future scientists, physicians, and health science professionals. The advancement and transmission of knowledge is part of the broader mission of the School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) and the University. Additionally, BMC faculty members provide service and expert advice to the SMPH and other units of the University, and the state, nation, and world. In its research, teaching, service, and outreach efforts alike, BMC is committed to building a community that is open to and accepting of all.
Biomolecular Chemistry Professor awarded inaugural Hanns Kuttner Professorship
University of Wisconsin–Madison Professor of Biomolecular Chemistry Peter Lewis has received the inaugural award for the newly established Hanns Kuttner Professorship. This professorship fund, named for Chancellor Emerita Rebecca Blank’s husband, was established in conjunction …
Congratulations to Melissa Harrison for receiving a Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award
The Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award is funded through the generosity of the Vilas Trust to recognize the outstanding achievements of our faculty members. These three-year-awards provide generous research funding and recognize research and teaching excellence in faculty who are at mid-career. They are among …
Congratulations to Sophie Grunder for receiving a Biochemistry Research Fellowship
Congrats to Sophie Grunder, a Junior majoring in Biochemistry and performing research in Catherine Fox’s lab, for receiving a $4000 Biochemistry Research Fellowship to support her full-time research in the lab this summer 2023! Sophie …
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