The Department of Biochemistry is recognized for its research and education, offering a world-class interdisciplinary research environment in a beautiful mountain setting. As part of a commitment to continuing this tradition of excellence, the department provides a graduate program that integrates opportunities for cutting-edge creative research and study. The current areas of focus involve: Computational Biology; Nucleic Acids & Gene Expression; Cell Signaling; Membranes; Proteins & Enzymology; Chemical Biology’ Molecular Biophysics; Structural Biology; and, Systems Biology.

Degrees Offered


GRE Scores

The general GRE test is required.

Program Information

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Phone: 303-735-7616