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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
MCBP entering class 2020. Students are Mikayla, Shunsen, Derek, Uriel, Nick, Mark, Max, Darex, and Amy

Featured News

Odessa Goudy

Odessa Goudy named Rosetta Commons Outreach Fellow

Congratulations Odessa! UNC Biochemistry and Biophysics news post full article Excerpt: “This month we are excited to announce that Odessa Goudy, a graduate student in Brian Kuhlman’s lab, recently received a Rosetta Commons Outreach Fellowship! As a Rosetta Commons Fellow, Odessa attended … Continued

Group photo

Maple View Farm Social

Thanks to our student leaders, Derek and Max, for planning a fall ice cream social at Maple View Farm! News post on BCBP website

Rebecca Berlow

Welcome Rebecca Berlow to UNC

Rebecca Berlow will be joining the MCBP training program as a faculty member beginning in January 2022. Rebecca has been appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics. View the BCBP news post for details. Welcome, … Continued

Brian Kuhlman

Brian Kuhlman receives mentorship award

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