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BBSB leadership, advisors, and students are affiliated with departments throughout Washington University, including:

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics is dedicated to the investigation of the complex relationships that control biological processes.

The Department of Medicine is home to scientists focused upon the molecular bases of infectious diseases, human metabolism, pulmonary diseases and cancer.

The Department of Pathology laboratories offer unique training experiences in structural immunology, the DNA damage response in human cells, and host-microbe interactions.

The Department of Chemistry offers areas of study including bioinorganic, biological, bioorganic, biophysical, materials, nuclear, organic, organometallic, physical, polymer, radiochemistry and theoretical.

The Department of Biomedical Engineering uses quantitative tools to better understand and treat disease.

The Department of Molecular Microbiology is focused primarily upon the role of microbes in disease processes.

The Department of Biology offers areas of study in a broad range of topics including translation and plant and bacterial metabolism.

The Department of Physics offers areas of study including experimental and theoretical condensed matter and materials physics, with a focus on structural studies of liquids, glasses and complex periodic and aperiodic phases, nucleation processes, and the glass transition.

University resources supporting Biochemistry, Biophysics & Structural Biology research include:

NIGMS/NIH Biomedical Mass Spectrometry Resource
ICTS Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Program
The Strctural Biology Core
Center for Cellular Imaging
High-Throughput Screening Center

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