The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has a vigorous interdisciplinary training program in biophysics (Molecular & Cellular Biophysics Program, MCBP) that we hope you will explore if you are interested in mechanistic and structural biology. The MCBP is distinguished by the size of its excellent and active faculty, by the rigor and diversity of its course work, and by its remarkably close and supportive community. We provide a rigorous educational and training experience that prepares our Trainees for top careers in modern quantitative and physical biology. I invite you on behalf of our students and faculty to browse our website to learn more about us.
MCBP Entering Class of 2020
Brian Kuhlman, co-director of the Molecular and Cellular Biophysics training program, received the Award for Excellence in Basic Science Mentoring. This is awarded to select faculty members affiliated with the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program (BBSP) who demonstrate excellence in … Continued
Shannon Speer defended her dissertation under the guidance of Dr. Gary Pielak on November 10th, 2020 and received her PhD. The title of her dissertation is “Protein Complex Stability in Living Cells.” Shannon received her B.S. in chemistry from Rhodes … Continued
Justin Rectenwald earned his PhD after the successful defense of his dissertation titled “TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR INHIBITOR DISCOVERY OF CHROMATIN ASSOCIATED PROTEINS LINKED TO LYSINE METHYLATION.” Read about it in the Biochemistry and Biophysics department news post! UNC BCBP news article … Continued
Each year, UNC graduate students have the opportunity to compete in the 3 Minute Thesis academic competition to enhance presentation and communication skills. Odessa Goudy, a PhD student in the Biochemistry and Biophysics department and trainee in the Molecular and … Continued