Our Faculty actively participate in the Chemical, Physical & Structural Biology Graduate Program. As a graduate of this program, you will be equipped with cutting-edge technology skills and depth of knowledge required to investigate emerging fundamental and disease-associated questions in biology. While a student in the Chemical, Physical & Structural Biology Graduate Program, you will have access to multidisciplinary training opportunities including biophysical and biochemical analysis of proteins, biochemistry, pharmacology, chemical synthesis, combinatorial chemistry, structural biology, and protein design and engineering.
The Department of Pharmacology and Chemical Biology is committed to training and mentoring postdoctoral fellows. Please review our faculty profiles to learn about research specialties, and potential opportunities, in our labs. The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs provides resources and career planning tools to help postdocs get the most out of this important training experience.
Seminars and Activities
During the academic year, the department hosts seminars relevant to modern pharmacology, chemical biology, drug discovery and drug delivery. Unless otherwise noted, seminars are at 4 p.m. in room 201A.