Saeed Roschdi, a graduate student in the Butcher Lab, has been awarded the Louis and Elsa Thomsen Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowship.
Students gathered at the annual IPiB Summer Reception to announce and celebrate the recipients of this year’s awards for excellence in teaching and mentoring.
Sixteen undergraduate students and nineteen graduate students have received 2023 summer research awards to continue their rigorous biochemistry research.
Several graduate students in labs in the Department of Biochemistry have received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GFRP) award or honorable mention.
Graduating senior Alejandro Oñate has received the College of Letters & Science Dean’s Prize, one of the College’s highest academic honors.
Professor James Ntambi promotes health education in East Africa — from rural villages to university labs.
Eighteen undergraduate students in the Department of Biochemistry have received 2022 campus awards for research and scholarly excellence. The students are a mix of talented biochemistry majors and students who perform research in laboratories run by biochemistry faculty.
The Integrated Program in Biochemistry welcomed its newest class of incoming students for the 2020-21 year. This year will be different, with masks, physical distancing, and online teaching.
The Department of Biochemistry is pleased to announce six undergraduates as 2020 inductees to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society: Sarah Doughty, Seamus McWilliams, Jacob O’Hearn, William Raskopf, Jinan Sous, and Elizabeth Sumiec. The historic society honors excellence in the liberal arts and sciences, including demonstrated breadth and depth of study, and the knowledge of …
Despite COVID-19 restrictions on in-person campus operations, undergraduate students continue to further research in Biochemistry faculty labs. In particular, computational work is well-suited to being conducted remotely. This brand of telecommuting, coined “tele-science” by Associate Professor Aaron Hoskins and carried out largely by undergraduate students across the department, is vital to research in biochemistry. “All …