Education and Training

Our graduate studies program provides thorough training in the principles and practice of the main methodologies of structural molecular biology, namely: protein expression, purification, and crystallization; X-ray diffraction crystallography; small angle X-ray scattering; and computational structural modeling.

Our unique research and training environment, with access to specialized technologies and instrumentation, prepares graduates for work in academic and industry settings.

  • Structural Biology Doctoral Program
    Our structural biology doctoral program includes the first-year required course work for the PhD Program in Biomedical Sciences.
  • MD-PhD Program
    The MD-PhD program’s structured curriculum and one-on-one advising give you the resources to succeed on your path to becoming a clinical translational scientist.
  • Structural Biology Master’s Program
    Students in our master’s program will take courses in basic elements of the biochemistry of proteins and other biological macromolecules, protein production and purification, protein structure determination and structural analysis.