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Undergraduate Biology Programs

The Department of Molecular Biosciences sponsors several undergraduate degrees supported by the Undergraduate Biology Program covering a variety of current topics in the life sciences, from single molecules to whole ecosystems.  Please use the navigation below to find more information regarding our majors.

Degrees offered:

Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program

Our graduate program in life sciences research is designed to provide world-class training in both the classroom and research laboratory to prepare students for the next stage of their careers.  Our three Ph.D. programs in Biochemistry & Biophysics, Microbiology, and Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology emphasize training in research, teaching and the development of tools required to become an independent researcher. 

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Kathy Meneely (postdoctoral fellow, Lamb lab) presented a poster entitled “Structure informs on function: A thiazolinyl imine reductase of siderophore biosynthesis” at the Second Annual Symposium on Structural Biology sponsored by the Oklahoma Center for Biomedical Research Excellence in Structural Biology at the University of Oklahoma on June 9. http://structuralbiology.ou.edu/symposium
Registration is free but early registration is strongly encouraged as we are capacity-limited to 100 participants. Please register no later than May 28th via this on-line registration page if you plan to attend. Registration is now closed (the symposium is full).