Chair: Dr. Douglas A. Andres

Modern medicine is advancing at an astounding rate, as new scientific knowledge provides fundamental insight into how biological systems work, leading inevitably to advancements in the cause, diagnosis, and treatment of human disease. Biochemistry is fundamental to this progress because, as a discipline, it seeks to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying both normal and pathogenic processes. In the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, we see biochemistry as a critical element in devising novel strategies for maintaining human health and combating disease.

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Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry Presentations

Theses and Dissertations--Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry