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CPB

Vanderbilt Chemical and Physical Biology Program. The CPB Program is an inter-departmental umbrella graduate program seeking students who have earned undergraduate degrees in the quantitative and/or physical sciences (e.g. chemistry, computer science, engineering, mathematics, or physics) who wish to pursue a doctoral degree at the interface of the chemical, physical, and biological sciences. The curriculum prepares students for research careers at the chemistry-biology interface, in structural biology, in molecular biophysics, or in computational biology.

 
IGP
Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in the Biological Sciences (IGP) Vanderbilt University is a premier research facility that ranks among the top institutions in the country for receipt of federal research dollars. Individuals pursuing a PhD in the basic biomedical or biological science departments at Vanderbilt University join these departments through the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in the Biomedical Sciences (IGP). Participating programs and departments include Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Cancer Biology, Cell & Developmental Biology, Humn Genetics, Microbiology & Immunology, Molecular Physiology & Biophysics, Neuroscience, Pathology, and, Pharmacology.
 
BRET
Biomedical Research Education & Training. The office of Biomedical Research Education and Training (BRET) is responsible for furthering the educational and career goals of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the Vanderbilt Medical Center.
   
 
Resources & Programs
 
Center for Structural Biology
Center for Structural Biology.
 
MBTP
Molecular Biophysics Training Program. an interdisciplinary program that offers its students training opportunities in a wide range of topics in Molecular Biophysics, including a broad spectrum of physical, chemical, and computational approaches. As part of this program, students can apply to the Molecular Biophysics training grant which provides technical and financial assistance for the first two years after completion of the first year of graduate school. This N.I.H.-funded endeavor is rooted in an established network of collaborative research efforts among the training faculty, who are drawn from eight participating departments. The primary objective of the MBTG is to bring quantitative approaches to bear on biological and biomedical research.
     
 
Events & Seminar Series
 
Discovery Lecture
Vanderbilt Discovery Lecture Series featuring the nation's most eminent scientists, who will speak on the highest-impact research and policy issues in science and medicine today
 
CSB Events
CSB Calendar of Events.
   

 

   
 
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