Biochemistry Announces Graduate Fellowships, Undergraduate Awards

The Department of Biochemistry is pleased to announce its 2019 undergraduate and graduate student departmental awards and fellowships. These awards and fellowships celebrate talented students in the department and are made possible by generous gifts to the department to fund graduate and undergraduate research. “It’s always a pleasure to honor so many brilliant young people …

Three IPiB Students Earn 2019 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Three University of Wisconsin–Madison Integrated Program in Biochemistry (IPiB) students recently earned 2019 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships, with two additional students receiving honorable mentions. Aryel Clarke and Jennifer Peotter, both of the lab of Professor Jon Audhya, and Katherine Senn from the lab of Assistant Professor Heidi Dvinge received fellowships. William Kasberg and Iryna Pustova, …

Powerful in Vivo Studies Allow Researchers to Glimpse Biological Processes ‘Within the Living’

Numerous researchers in the University of Wisconsin–Madison Department of Biochemistry perform in vivo biochemical studies. Meaning “within the living,” these studies focus on understanding a particular molecular process in the context of an entire organism rather than isolating it in an artificial tissue, culture cell, or test tube, called in vitro. The two methods of scientific experimentation are …