The University of Wisconsin–Madison student chapter of the American Association for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) invites undergraduate researchers to participate in the Molecules in the Midwest conference on Saturday, March 7, 2020.
To continue to improve the student experience, the Departments of Biochemistry and Bacteriology are combining their undergraduate advising services to form the Biochemistry and Microbiology Advising Hub.
Biochemistry and mathematics major Claire Evensen will graduate this spring with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and mathematics, with comprehensive honors (honors in biochemistry and in the liberal arts). Evensen has won a Marshall Scholarship.
Biochemistry is the foundation of what Kevin Sokolowski does every day in his career. Armed with an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, as well as an M.D., he has embarked on a unique alternative career as a Senior Medical Science Liaison for Solid Tumor Oncology Development at AbbVie. Sokolowski came to …
Biochemistry major Claire Evensen was one of just three University of Wisconsin–Madison undergraduates to receive a prestigious 2019 Barry Goldwater Scholarship for undergraduate excellence in the sciences.
Thirty-one University of Wisconsin–Madison biochemistry majors earned 2019 undergraduate campus awards for research and scholarly excellence. These students made up close to 20% of the overall winners across the different awards.
Biochemistry professor Marvin Wickens is the recipient of the 2019 College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Award for Excellence in International Activities. Wickens founded and runs two research abroad programs for undergraduate biochemistry majors and other biological sciences students at UW–Madison.
The Department of Biochemistry is pleased to announce its 2019 undergraduate and graduate student departmental awards and fellowships. These awards and fellowships celebrate talented students in the department and are made possible by generous gifts to the department to fund graduate and undergraduate research.
Online education can help instructors provide these additional learning opportunities and Lynne Prost, a faculty associate, used a university professional development grant to expand her expertise in this area.
Jennifer Loeb always knew she wanted to work on the research and development of drugs to treat diseases. Her interests brought her to the University of Wisconsin–Madison to study biochemistry and launched an exciting career that has spanned undergraduate research, lab management, product development in Colorado — and now a job connecting scientists around the …