The Molecular Biophysics Training Program (MBTP) is an NIH funded training grant. The goal of the MBTP is to provide a rigorous, dynamic and strongly interdisciplinary training program for graduate students from the departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physics and Biology. Faculty from these departments as well as Pharmacology, Cellular and Molecular Medicine, and Bioengineering provide broad research opportunities. Students get hands on training using the numerous instruments and facilities.

Monthly Meetings 1st Tuesday of each month

Monthly Meeting Schedule

 

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Applications for the MBTP 2015-2016 school year ARE AVAILABLE NOW! Current students are also required to submit an application to continue funding.

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Upcoming Seminars

2nd MBTG STUDENT-INVITED SEMINAR of 2015!

“Multiscale Dynamics of Enzyme Catalysis and Sec-Facilitated Protein Translocation”

April21
Professor Thomas F. Miller, III (California Institute of Technology)

Hosted by Jeff Wagner

12 noon, NSB 1205

Seminars this past year

1st MBTG STUDENT-INVITED SEMINAR of 2015!

“Sequence-based design of selective small molecules targeting RNA”

February20

Dr.Matthew Disney

Hosted by Jessica Peters

12 noon, NSB 1205

EMD Millipore Lecture

February18-19

Dr. Brian Kobilka (Kaplan Lecture, hosted by Susan Taylor)

4:00 PM, Health Sciences Education Center Auditorium

12 noon, NSB 1205

 

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Program Contact

Susan S. Taylor

Professor Chemistry and Biochemistry

Leichtag Room 412
9500 Gilman Drive, 0654
La Jolla, CA 92093-0654

(858) 534-3677
staylor@ucsd.edu

Website Contact

Elizabeth Komives

(858) 534-3058
ekomives@ucsd.edu