Academic Programs

Our diverse studies include research on cell signaling, intracellular trafficking, protein modification and turnover, protein structure, membrane biochemistry, DNA repair and modification, genetic instability, human genetics, and the roles of glycoconjugates in human biology and disease. Information regarding the predoctoral training programs can be obtained from the Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. For postdoctoral training, contact a faculty member directly.

Graduate Programs:

Graduate Division for the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (GDBBS) Programs:
        Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology (BCDB)
        Cancer Biology (CB)
        Genetics and Molecular Biology (GMB)
        Immunology and Molecular Pathgenesis (IMP)
        Microbiology and Molecular Genetics (MMG)
        Molecular and Systems Pharmacology (MSP)
        Neuroscience (NS)
        Nutrition & Health Sciences (NHS)
        Population Biology, Ecology and Evolution (PBEE)

MD and MD/PhD Programs, Emory University School of Medicine

BAHS 7001: Foundation of Medical Science - Physicians Assistant Program

Other Programs:

For information about undergraduate programs offered by the Department of Chemistry or the Department of Biology at Emory, please visit their departmental websites at www.chemistry.emory.edu and www.biology.emory.edu. The Department of Biochemistry does not offer undergraduate courses.

Undergraduate Programs:

The Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Emory (SURE) allows undergraduate students to conduct supervised research with a faculty mentor.

SIRE promotes undergraduate research projects through grants, faculty-student research partnerships, and summer research stipends.

Prepatory Research Experience Postbaccalaureate Program (PREP)

The Emory Preparatory Research Education Program (PREP) assists rising juniors and seniors from the Atlanta Public School system with preparation for college entrance, as well as for studies in mathematics and the biological and physical sciences.