Center for Biological Chemistry Graduate Program
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Structural and Chemical Basis of Protein Function
The specific aims of the COBRE-supported (RBC) are to buttress and expand the existing strengths in redox biology in Nebraska by mentoring junior faculty to success, recruiting new faculty with complementary research interests and strategically enhancing biomedical research structure. Scientists are amalgamated from two major research institutions in the state (the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Medical Center).Learn More
Metabolism and Metabolic Engineering
The Plant Science Innovation (PSI) is an interdisciplinary research and training program in the basic plant sciences at the university. Outstanding research facilities and an interdisciplinary graduate program complement an excellent group of faculty with research strengths in several areas of plant biology research. Faculty research emphases include plant-microbe interactions, plant signaling and organellar biology, abiotic and biotic stress responses, and genomics/proteomics.Learn More
Molecular Mechanisms of Disease
The NIH-funded Molecular Mechanisms of Disease (MMoD) predoctoral training program provides innovative training and career development in biomedical research centered on molecular interactions and chemical transformations. The goal of the program is to develop outstanding new scientists who work in collaborative multi-disciplinary teams to research disease mechanisms using quantitative approaches that ultimately yield tangible strategies for prevention and therapy.Learn More
Plant and Microbial Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Researchers use their expertise in biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology to understand metabolism and development of plants and microbes. Basic science discoveries are translated into commercial products and processes such as increased crop nutrition, higher biofuel yields, or generating drugs and chemicals from renewable feedstocks.
Computational and Systems Biology
Computational and Systems Biology in the Department of Biochemistry is aimed at discovering patterns in cell metabolism, signalling, stress response and disease using computer science and information theory.