“Collaborate. Contribute. Prepare. In our department, you will work alongside accomplished faculty dedicated to helping you master cutting-edge research techniques and develop new science,” says Mark R. O’Brian, PhD, professor and chair of biochemistry.
Our curriculum based on the belief that we expect our graduates to be the sum of our collective expertise and to emerge better trained than any one of us.
The Department of Biochemistry is actively recruiting for two assistant/associate professor positions.
See posting here.
Our intradepartmental and multidisciplinary focus groups collaborate with other scientists with shared interests in specific experimental problems.
We encourage you to be active members of our focus groups. Your involvement will provide you with regular contact with faculty and other students across Buffalo’s larger scientific community.
Our faculty have diverse expertise and are committed to teaching and mentoring in a collaborative environment that provides you practical training in state-of-the art facilities.
The objective of all our research is to determine how a specific component or process within cells works, and how it is integrated with other cellular components.