Biochemistry
and Structural
Biology

Aaron Neiman
Department Chair

Erwin London
Director

Students in the Graduate Programs in Molecular and Cell Biology, and in Biochemistry and Structural Biology, have access to state of the art research facilities and equipment. Core facilities on the Stony Brook campus for monoclonal antibody production, transgenic mouse generation, protein and nucleic acid sequencing, peptide synthesis, analytical and preparative HPLC, mass spectrometry, and confocal, and scanning and transmission electron microscopy are available to all program participants. State-of-the-art facilities are also available for biochemistry and structural biology.

The Center for Structural Biology has several high-field NMR instruments and facilities for x-ray crystallography. With close ties to the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Stony Brook takes advantage of the high-energy beam lines for diffraction studies. Throughout the programs there are state-of-the-art equipment for protein purification and analysis, including Raman, infrared, fluorescence and CD spectrophotometers.

For more information about the BSB Graduate Program, go to BSB program website at: http://www.stonybrook.edu/biochem/bsb/

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Contact Us
To request information about applying to our programs contact:

Admissions Co-ordinator

Lauretta Passanant
lauretta.passanant@stonybrook.edu

Program Co-ordinator

Joann DeLucia-Conlon
mcb_bsb_grad_programs@stonybrook.edu

Department of Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Stony Brook University
Life Science Building Room 336
Stony Brook, NY, 11794-5215
Tel : (631) 632-8533
Fax :(631) 632-9730

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