Welcome to the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry!
For over 90 years, the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry in the School of Medicine and Public Health has excelled in research, teaching and service. Located in the vibrant and contemporary Hector F. DeLuca Biochemical Sciences Complex on Henry Mall, our research programs are at the forefront of biochemical research, integrating fundamental molecular mechanisms with human disease. Our key strengths in Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Genomics and Development make us a nexus for collaborative studies between basic scientists and clinicians. The environment is highly interdisciplinary, not only within our department but across the entire UW-Madison campus. Please browse the following pages to find out more about our latest news, the ongoing research of our talented faculty, information about our exceptional graduate students and PhD program (Integrated Program in Biochemistry), alumni support opportunities, and contact information for any questions you might have. I invite you to stop by to tour our outstanding facilities and meet our faculty, staff and students.
Click on the tabs below to view upcoming events or to read the latest news on BMC:
Mon Jan 08: Biochemistry Colloquia
Geeta Narlikar, UCSF
“ATP-dependent and independent mechanisms of regulating chromatin”
3:30 pm Room 1211 Biochemical Sciences
Thurs Jan 18: Biochemistry Colloquium
Nevan Krogan USCF
“Using Systems Approaches to Study Disease”
3:30 pm, Room 1211 Biochemical Sciences Bld
Mon Jan 22: Biochemistry Colloquia
Raghu Mirmira, IU School of Medicine
“Islet β-Cell Dysfunction in Diabetes: Why so much Hyp(e)?”
3:30 pm, Room 1211 Biochemical Sciences
BMC In the News...
Harrsion Lab Featured on Story about the Impact to Graduate Students of Proposed Tax Plan
Professor Melissa Harrison, and members of her lab were interviewed as part of a local news story about the impact to graduate students of proposed tax changes to their tuition remissions. See the entire story here. 15 Nov 2017.
IPiB, Hull Lab Graduate Student Ortiz Awarded Howard Hughes Fellowship
IPiB graduate student and Christina Hull Lab member Sebastian Ortiz is one of just 39 graduate students nation wide to be awarded a Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The awards were established to support exceptionally promising doctoral students motivated to pursue careers in academic science. Read the press release here. 15 August, 2017