For the past century, the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry (BMC) has excelled in research, teaching and service as a proud member of the School of Medicine and Public Health. Our research is 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. We cultivate a highly interdisciplinary environment and are committed to building a community open to and accepting of all. Take a look around for our latest news and events and to learn more about BMC’s research, graduate program (Integrated Program in Biochemistry), and planned giving opportunities.
The Department of Biomolecular Chemistry invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor. We seek individuals with a vigorous research program to build on and complement the strengths within the …
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 …
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The University of Wisconsin–Madison occupies ancestral Ho-Chunk land, a place their nation has called Teejop (day-JOPE) since time immemorial.
In an 1832 treaty, the Ho-Chunk were forced to cede this territory.
Decades of ethnic cleansing followed when both the federal and state government repeatedly, but unsuccessfully, sought to forcibly remove the Ho-Chunk from Wisconsin.
This history of colonization informs our shared future of collaboration and innovation.
Today, UW–Madison respects the inherent sovereignty of the Ho-Chunk Nation, along with the eleven other First Nations of Wisconsin.
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