Biophysics Graduate Program (BPGP)

Graduate training in Biophysics is organized through two distinct but very closely allied programs: the Biophysics Graduate Degree Program, which confers the Ph.D. in Biophysics to its graduates, and the Molecular Biophysics Training Program, a program built around an NIH NRSA Institutional Training Grant awarded through the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. The two programs are coordinated through a common leadership and administrative structure to bring together the UW Biophysics community around mutual interests and needs. The training grant provides funds to help recruit, encourage and support a selected group of graduate students in this important area. A student applies to the Biophysics Degree Program through the formal admissions process; applications to Biophysics and other participating programs (Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physiology, and others) are further evaluated to decide on offers for a NIH training grant position.

Affiliates

    Katrina Forest
    Katrina Forest
    Professor
    Katherine Henzler-Wildman
    Katherine Henzler-Wildman
    Associate Professor
    Aaron Hoskins
    Aaron Hoskins
    Assistant Professor
    Bob Landick
    Bob Landick
    Charles Yanofsky Professor
    John Markley
    John Markley
    Professor
    Julie Mitchell
    Julie Mitchell
    Professor
    Vatsan Raman
    Vatsan Raman
    Assistant Professor
    Alessandro Senes
    Alessandro Senes
    Associate Professor
    Ophelia Venturelli
    Ophelia Venturelli
    Assistant Professor

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