Affiliated Programs

Students receiving molecular biophysics training are affiliated with one of the following graduate programs. Irrespective of their affiliation, the students meet the requirements of the molecular biophysics program as well as those of the parent program.


IBiS (Interdisciplinary Program in Biological Sciences)
BMBCB (Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Cell Biology) and NBP students (Department of Neurobiology and Physiology) follow the IBiS structural biology, biochemistry and biophysics curriculum.


Chemistry Department
Students in the Department of Chemistry follow one of the prescribed curricula with course choices in biophysics based on the needs of the student and the requirements of their thesis research.


Chemical & Biological Engineering Department
ChBE (Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering) students follow one of the prescribed curricula with course choices in biophysics based on the needs of the student and the requirements of their thesis research.


DGP (Driskill Graduate Program in Life Sciences)
Students in MPBC (Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry) follow the biochemistry and structural biology curriculum of the DGP program.


NUIN (NU Neurosciences Institute)
Students in the NUIN program follow one of the prescribed curricula with course choices in biophysics based on the needs of the student and the requirements of their thesis research.


MSTP (Medical Scientist Training Program)
Students in the MSTP program pursue either the IBiS, IGP or NUIN curriculum depending on the program affiliation of the preceptor.


Physics and Astronomy Department
Students in the Physics and Astronomy program follow one of the prescribed curricula with course choices in biophysics based on the needs of the student and the requirements of their thesis research.

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April 16, 2015