News and Announcements
Biophysics Seminar Series Presents:
James Fraser, UCSF
April 6 at 12:30pm in the Pancoe Auditorium
Biophysics Club Meeting
April 19 at 12:00pm in Cook 3118
Pinkett and Radhakrishnan labs will present
View information on applications for traineeship and general information about the training program. Applications will be accepted starting in June 2017.
View the Molecular Biophysics Training Program Preceptors.
View the new Biophysics Brochure online.
View current outcomes of the training program.
Contributions of Unique Intracellular Domains to Switchlike Biosensing by Toll-like Receptor 4
The Molecular Biophysics Training Program is funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) of the National Institutes of Health (5T32 GM008382). The program serves as a hub for all research and training activities in biophysics at Northwestern. Please contact us if you have any questions about the program.
NIH Training Grant
NIGMS supports biomedical and behavioral research training programs that help provide the most critical element of good research: well-prepared scientists. Institutional and individual training, fellowship, and career development grants fund graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, clinician scientists, and scientists transitioning to independence. Programs cover basic biomedical research areas, some clinically related areas, and training at the interfaces of different fields. Learn more at the NIGMS site