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.
Joshua Mitchell, a PhD candidate in the Integrated Program in Biochemistry (IPiB) and a member of BMC’s Deane Mosher Lab, was among the first recipients of the UW-Madison Graduate School’s Graduate Student Service Scholarships announced …
Dr. John Denu, Professor of Biomolecular Chemistry and Epigenetics Theme Director at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, was among the first class of Fellows announced today by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology …
Dr. Sid Jain, an alumnus of the Peter Lewis lab in BMC and of the Cellular and Molecular Biology Graduate Program (CMB), was awarded the 2020 Raymond L. Erikson Exceptional Thesis Award. This was the …
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