BMB Colloquium Series

Description: Seminars on biochemistry research mainly with visiting scientists.
Semester(s) offered: Fall and Spring of every year.
Credits: 1
Restrictions: Open only to graduate students in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. A student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enrollments of this course.

The (3M) Interest Group

The Metabolism, Membranes, and Metalloenzymology, the 3M Interest Group, serves as a forum for graduate students, postdocs, and faculty to obtain feedback on their 3M-related projects and/or to highlight exciting recent publications in this area.
Meets on Wednesdays at 4:00 PM, Location: iCER Seminar Room, 1455-A Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building

Scientific Communications Committee

The graduate student forum was recently started to offer BMB graduate students and postdocs the opportunity to practice presenting their research in an informal setting for a diverse scientific audience. Presenters are encouraged to use the forum as practice for prelims, defenses, national conferences or other formal talks.

Transcription Journal Club

Journal club sessions can be devoted to a single particularly important paper, or to a collection of several papers on a well defined topic. Papers and topics should be chosen with the combined audience in mind. A copy of the paper should be provided to David Arnosti by WEDNESDAY before the presentation. To add your name to the mailing list, please contact David Arnosti at