Center for Biological Chemistry Graduate Program
PREPARING FOR SUCCESS
A successful graduate experience requires careful planning. Identifying your long-term goals, meeting current obligations, networking with other professionals, and broadening your training prospective will all contribute to your success. Our graduates have gone on to careers in diverse fields and settings, including Academic Research, Education, Federal Regulatory and Research Agencies, Patent Law, Private and Commercial Research, and Technology Transfer. It is never too early to prepare for your success.
Registering for Classes
Degree Forms and Deadlines
Biochemistry Graduate Student Association
Graduate students in the Department formed the Biochemistry Graduate Student Association (BCGSA). The purpose of this organization is to represent our graduate students in communications among members of the Biochemistry community, and also to promote unity, camaraderie, and active participation in departmental affairs. Membership is open to all Biochemistry graduate students. Meetings are typically on a monthly basis. To join the group or seek additional information, contact Chair Sagar Patel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- President - Sagar M. Patel
- Secretary - Yizi Mao
- Primary Programer - Vincent M. Perez
- Treasurer - Matthew Moran
- Faculty Meeting Representative - Jonathan Dietz
- GSA Representative - Vincent M. Perez
- Ackerson Speaker Selection Chief - Yizi Mao (with committee members Matthew Moran + Jonathan Dietz)
BCGSA Meeting Minutes: