NIH Establishes New Interdisciplinary Molecular Biophysics Training Program at OSU

May 3, 2017

NIH Establishes New Interdisciplinary Molecular Biophysics Training Program at OSU

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Physics professor Ralf Bundschuh along with Prof. Jeff Kuret, biological chemistry and pharmacology and Thomas J. Magliery, chemistry and biochemistry have been awarded a grant to establish an interdisciplinary Molecular Biophysics Training Program (MBTP) at Ohio State by the NIH's National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS).  This grant of approximately $850,000 over five years will be matched by more than $1M in matching funds from the Graduate School, the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Medicine and Engineering and the training-faculty members' departments.  There are only 23 such NIH-supported Research Training Programs in the nation.

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