About the Department
Eighth Annual Undergraduate Research
Symposium/ SMBL Research Retreat
- Dr. Larner and his Research Team Identify New Function of Stat 3 in Cellular Respiration Published in Science in February 2009.
- Dr. Spiegel Honored with ASBMB Avanti Award in Lipids in April 2009.
- Dr. Diegelmann Receives Recognition for the Development of WoundStat in May 2009.
- Dr. Kordula Receives the Faculty Teaching Excellence Award September 2009.
- Dr. Spiegel and Colleagues, Drs. Hait, Kordula, and Milstien, Discover a
New Function for Sphingosine-1-Phosphate in the Nucleus Published in Science September 2009.
FDA approves use of compound that can stop severe bleeding in minutes
Life-saving News for Battlefield Soldiers & Wounded Civilians: FDA
Clears Product to Stop Severe Bleeding
Fifth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium/ SMBL Research Retreat
Graduate Student Achievement & Recognition Ceremony
Dr Suzanne Barbour receives the Virginia Commonwealth University 2005
Distinguished Teaching Award
- Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Ranks 32nd Out of
109 in NIH Awards to Biochemistry Departments for the Year 2004
The Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology ranked number
32/109 in the most recent statistics on research, training, and other
awards made to Departments of Biochemistry by the National Institutes of
Health. Our ranking increased again by 5 places from 37th in 2003. In
fiscal year 2004, the Department received 14 research awards, totaling
$5,830,597 and 2 training awards that garnered another $59,296. Given
the recent additions to our faculty, new collaborations, and the
increased size of our graduate program, we anticipate that the
Department will enjoy continued success in the future.
Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Hosts 3rd Undergraduate
Research Symposium/ Inaugural Integrated Cellular and Molecular
Signaling (ICAMS) Research Retreat
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Graduate Student Awards & Recognition
Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Graduate Students Win