The Interdisciplinary Biophysics Graduate Program at Ohio State University trains students in quantitative approaches to cutting edge biomedical problems. The program crosses 6 colleges and comprises 83 faculty in 33 departments. The program enrolls students with undergraduate degrees in the physical sciences, life sciences, engineering and mathematics, and provides individualized course work based on each student's background and field of interest. Each student is trained in one or several world-class laboratories covering the broad range of techniques from femtosecond spectroscopy to whole body imaging, from X-ray or NMR structure determination to muscle physiology, or from computational biology to patch clamping. This rigorous training lays the foundation for a successful career, no matter if as a faculty member at an academic institution, CEO of a biotech startup company, or as a patent attorney.

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The Annual CMBP/CRB Symposium brings together faculty trainers, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and undergraduates representing a wide spectrum of the Life Sciences at Ohio State. ...
Meng Zhang wins Biophysics Society meeting travel award
Meng Zhang won a $1000 travel award to attend the Biophysical Society ...
Carol Huseby wins Biophysical Society meeting travel award
Carol Huseby won a $1000 travel award from the Biophysical Society ...
Insiya Fidai won one of this year's $500 Baxter Young Investigator awards as a recognition of her research achievements. More information about this award can be found here.

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