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For the past 30 years, the biochemistry/ molecular biology linkage has revolutionized our understanding of the living world, disease etiology, and medicine.
Biochemistry is the study of reactions that underpin the living system. These include the vital metabolic reactions that provide cells with energy to perform myriad activities and functions, and the biosynthetic reactions that enable cells to renew, repair, grow, and divide. Of the 15 graduates biochemistry has averaged each year, typically one-third goes to medical school and one-third to graduate school directly after graduation. The remaining one-third work in biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries, conduct research in a university lab before returning to school for higher degree training, or work in allied professions such as patent law, science education, health care consulting, and investment banking.
Meet the faculty and staff in the biochemistry program.
View the major requirements and course advice.
Biochemistry majors engage in cutting-edge research through faculty-student partnerships.
A launching pad for many careers.
Students enter careers in many fields upon graduation or after completing graduate and medical programs.
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