Department of Biochemistry

Biochemistry

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Ryan Lab Figure

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Menon Lab Figure

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Menon Lab Figure

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McGraw Lab Figure

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Levitz Lab Figure

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Eliezer Lab Image

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Dittman Lab Figure

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Dittman Lab Figure

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Dittman Lab Figure

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We offer unique opportunities for graduate trainees and postdoctoral fellows to develop an integrated approach to cell and developmental biology.

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The Department of Biochemistry is affiliated with renowned graduate training programs.
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Seminars

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Weill Cornell Medical College
Model Biological Membranes on a Solid Substrate: Potential for Biophysical Studies and Biomedical Applications

Model Biological Membranes on a Solid Substrate: Potential for Biophysical Studies and Biomedical Applications

Biochemistry and Cellular & Developmental Biology Lecture Series Kenichi Morigaki, Ph.D. Professor, Biosignal Research Center Kobe University, Japan Host: Dr. Anant Menon
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Weill Cornell Medical College
Structural Mechanisms of Gating in Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors

Structural Mechanisms of Gating in Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors

Departments of Biochemistry and Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Alexander Sobolevsky, M.D. Associate Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics Columbia University Medical Center Host: Dr. David Eliezer Please call (646) 962-2759 for more information.
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Weill Cornell Medical College
Dissecting Release Site Architecture for Fast Neurotransmitters and for Neuromodulators

Dissecting Release Site Architecture for Fast Neurotransmitters and for Neuromodulators

Biochemistry and Cellular & Developmental Biology Lecture Series Pascal Kaeser, M.D. Associate Professor, Neurobiology Harvard Medical School Host: Dr. Jeremy Dittman
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Belfer Research Building
Identification of Enhancer Hot Spots in a Rare Liver Cancer Reveals New Candidate OncoRNAs

Identification of Enhancer Hot Spots in a Rare Liver Cancer Reveals New Candidate OncoRNAs

The Meyer Cancer Center Cancer Biology Research Program presents: Praveen Sethupathy, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Biomedical Sciences Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine