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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Also in 2014, the Cellular, Molecular and Biochemical Sciences Training Grant and Center for RNA Biology and the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Graduate Programs Symposia will take place back to back in the Ohio Union, the CMBP/CRB symposium on Tuesday, May 13, and ...
In 2013 the Cellular, Molecular and Biochemical Sciences Training Grant and Center for RNA Biology and the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Graduate Programs Symposia will take place back to back in the Ohio Union, the CMBP/CRB symposium on Tuesday, May 14, and ...
The outstanding academic achievement award is given every year to a student in the program that is distinguished through publications, conference presentations, and external awards. The 2013 award was shared by Kelsey Schafer and Brian Maxwell.
Nov 30, 2012 - Brian Maxwell is OSU Presidential Fellowship winner
Brian Maxwell is one of the Spring 2013 OSU ...
Again, the IGP symposium brought together students and faculty from the three molecular life sciences interdisciplinary graduate programs for a day of sceintific exchange with three faculty and 22 student talks as well as nearly 90 posters. Among the award winning students are Biophysics student ...
Biophysics student Hsiang-Ting Ho is the recipient of one of the 2012 pre-doctoral fellowships by the American Heart Association. This award cover stipend and benefits for one or two years and is competitively chosen among applicants from Delaware, Kentucky, ...

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