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Biological Chemistry Newsletters

Each year the Department of Biological Chemistry produces a newsletter that features faculty and trainee news and awards, highlights of our research and educational activities, and a message from the Chair. We welcome you to view our most recent editions below or to visit our newsletter archive for an overview of many years of departmental history and progress.

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Recent Newsletter Editions
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2023 Newsletter

Read about the work of our creative members, our annual retreat held at a new location, and some of the year's special events and activities.

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bio chem news review pamphlet 2022
2022 Newsletter

Read about trainee achievements and recognition, undergraduate mentoring honors, and faculty engaged in scientific outreach.

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bio chem news review pamphlet 2021
2021 Newsletter

Read about new department members, consulting opportunities for students, and a seminar series focused on CRISPR and genome editing.

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bio chem. news & review pamphlet 2020
2020 Newsletter

Read about department research during the pandemic, community engagement events, and a graduate class on membrane and lipid biology.

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biochem news & review pamphlet 2019
2019 Newsletter

Read about our endowed lectureships, the 2019 department retreat, and an anniversary celebration for PIBS.

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bio chem news & review pamphlet 2018
2018 Newsletter

Read about incoming Chair Dr. Phyllis Hanson, a symposium celebrating the stellar career of Dr. Jerry Menon, and faculty research highlights.

Read the 2018 Newsletter

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