201 Physics Bldg
Biology: John Belote, Scott Erdman, Anthony Garza, Eleanor Maine, Melissa Pepling, Ramesh Raina, John Russell, Roy Welch
Chemistry: Philip Borer, Mark Braiman, Rob Doyle, Bruce Hudson, Yan-Yeung Luk, Jon Zubieta
Physics: Mark Bowick, Kenneth Foster, Edward Lipson, Martin Forstner, Liviu Movileanu
The Ph.D. program is flexible and adaptable to individual needs. Students are admitted through one of the participating departments, (biology, chemistry, or physics) and choose their Ph.D. mentor in that department before transferring into the Program. The remainder of the student’s course of study is planned with a graduate committee composed of members of the program, one of whom will be the student’s thesis advisor.
A student wishing to do graduate work in structural biology, biochemistry, and biophysics should apply for admission through one of the participating departments (biology, chemistry, or physics). Applicants must meet the general requirements of the Graduate School. Students are normally expected to have an undergraduate major in biology, chemistry, or physics, and a minor in one or both of the other fields. Students who do not have the appropriate minors must make up background deficiencies by taking courses or independent study.