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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Dittman Lab Figure

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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More Than Just Egg + Sperm:  How Seminal Proteins and Female Physiology Mediate Reproductive Success

More Than Just Egg + Sperm: How Seminal Proteins and Female Physiology Mediate Reproductive Success

Biochemistry and Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Mariana Wolfner, Ph.D. Goldwin Smith Professor of Molecular Biology & Genetics Cornell U. - Ithaca
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Weill Cornell Medical College
"Whole-Tissue 3D Imaging to Investigate the Physiology of Neuro-Immune Regulation"

"Whole-Tissue 3D Imaging to Investigate the Physiology of Neuro-Immune Regulation"

Biochemistry and Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Jing Yang, Ph.D. Principal Investigator/Professor Peking University
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Weill Cornell Medical College
"Molecular Motors and Organelle Dynamics in Neurons: Express Shipping and Local Delivery"

"Molecular Motors and Organelle Dynamics in Neurons: Express Shipping and Local Delivery"

Biochemistry and Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Dr. Erika Holzbaur Physiology Professor University of Pennsylvania
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Neurons Put Out the Trash:  A Novel Facet of Proteostasis and Mitochondrial Quality Control

Neurons Put Out the Trash: A Novel Facet of Proteostasis and Mitochondrial Quality Control

Biochemistry and Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Monica Driscoll, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor of Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Rutgers University