Congratulations to Professor Juan de Pablo for being elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
Congratulations to John Barrett who has been named an Inaugural Fellow in the Institute for Molecular Engineering Innovation and Commercialization Fellowship Program.
Moira Flanagan has been recognized for her undergraduate teaching with the Wayne C. Booth Graduate Student Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Congratulations Moira!
Congratulations to our 2014 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship winners, First-years César Cardona and Cat Triandafillou and Second-years Héctor Acarón Ledesma, Josh Riback and Third-year Kevin Song!
SCIENCE communication recognizes benefits of dual mentorship in "A double dose of advice" by Huan Wang.
The University of Chicago is offering a fundamentally interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Biophysical Sciences.
Our program is unique. Students in the Biophysical Sciences Program select two mentors with disparate expertise from amongst the UChicago faculty and launch an interdisciplinary project between these two research groups. In this way, we enable top students to explore the deep interface between the physical and the biological views of natural science. We provide our students with the research opportunities, training, community, and facilities they need to knit together existing disciplines and to create entirely new fields. Today, our program integrates over 70 faculty members’ laboratory groups across the Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Clinical Medicine, and Engineering.