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Biochemistry and Biophysics

The Biochemistry and Biophysics graduate program focuses on structural and mechanistic biology at the molecular level, an area that is an intellectual meeting ground for students and faculty in the disciplines of chemistry, biology, and biomedical science. At The University of Montana, we have an enthusiastic cadre of faculty and students who share a passion for studying life processes at the molecular level and whose formal departmental affiliations are in the Division of Biological Sciences, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  Students have the opportunity to work with the Center for Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, which is a nexus for faculty carrying out research with graduate students in several Ph.D. programs that train students in the Biomedical Sciences with an emphasis on physical biochemistry and structural biology. Overall, this program brings faculty members and students together based on shared academic interests, rather than by departmental affiliation alone, and creates an interdisciplinary learning environment to better train graduate and undergraduate students for today's multidisciplinary approaches to molecular level biological research.

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