The department of biophysics and biophysical chemistry provides training for outstanding students with interests in such quantitative areas as crystallography, enzymology, kinetics, protein design, and mathematical computer modeling.
Students are accepted for graduate work leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (see Graduate Programs-Program in Molecular and Computational Biophysics Program).
|ME.100.804||Topics in Macromolecular Structure and Function I||0|
|ME.100.705||Computer Modeling Of Biological Macromolecules: Lecture||0|
|ME.100.712||Computer Modeling Of Biological Macromolecules: Lab||3|
|ME.100.706||Fundamentals Of Protein Crystallography||0|
|ME.100.707||Advanced Topics in Protein Crystallography||1|
|ME.100.709||Macromolecular Structure and Analysis||1.5|
|ME.100.710||Biochemical and Biophysical Principles||1.5|
|ME.100.713||Using Structure to Understand Biology||1|
|ME.100.716||Analysis of Macromolecules||2|