The Biochemistry degree prepares you for many avenues of science and is a strong start for admittance into graduate and professional schools. Our program is a cooperative program of the
Chemistry departments and offers students state-of-the-art equipment in a high-quality program with small class sizes.
Biochemistry students with a specimen of Omphalatus olearius, or “Jack-o-lantern” mushroom. The gills of this mushroom contain luciferase, a protein that converts chemical energy into light energy—they glow in the dark.
The glowing gills of the mushroom above are shown visualized using a molecular imager in the biochemistry lab.
Professor Jonathan Southard
Chemistry Department Weyandt Hall, Rm. 239D
IMiC Confocal Fluorescence Microscope Has Arrived
Biochemistry Seminar Series Features Undergraduate Research
Confocal Fluorescence Microscope Purchased With National Science Foundation Award
Distinguished IUP Alumna Anderson Visits with Biochemistry Faculty
Biochemistry Students Take an In-Depth Look at Molecular Structure of Adrenergic Receptors
American Chemical Society Video Entry in National Contest
Biochemistry Program Welcomes New Students
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