Congratulations to Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Three Minute Thesis Winners Chad Hicks and Benjamin Zaepfel! Please click here for more information....... Read More
Welcome to the Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology (BCMB) Graduate Program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
We are one of the oldest multidisciplinary graduate programs in the country. Our mission is to train independent research scientists for productive careers by providing a broad foundation in basic science and promoting the study of problems of biomedical importance from a mechanistic perspective. Learn More from our director
Updates and news from our department.
Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Holland for receiving the President’s Frontier Award. For more information, please click here....... Read More
Congratulations to Michael Hopkins and Miguel Pacheco for receiving the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s 2020 Gilliam Fellowships for Advanced Study: ...... Read More
Our students accomplish great things
2021 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship/ Andrew Eneim / Vienna Huso / Nicholas Keith / Jennifer Viveiros
2021 Hans Joaquim Prochaska Research Award / Chirag Vasavda
2021 Nupur Dinesh Thekdi Research Award / Callie Shubin
2021 Mette Strand Research Award/ Thao Phan
2021 Paul Talalay Research Award/ Grant Kusick
Our latest research and discoveries.
Yoo S, Kim J, Lyu P, Hoang TV, Ma A, Trinh V, Dai W, Jiang L, Leavey P, Duncan L, Won JK, Park SH, Qian J, Brown SP, Blackshaw S., 2021, Control of neurogenic competence in mammalian hypothalamic tanycytes, Sci Adv., 7(22):eabg3777. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.abg3777, PMID: 34049878 PubMed
White CJ, Ellis JM, Wolfgang MJ., 2021, The role of Ethanolamine Phosphate Phospholyase in regulation of Astrocyte Lipid Homeostasis, J Biol Chem.,100830. doi: 10.1016/j.jbc.2021.100830, PMID: 34048714 PubMed
Jeon SM, Chang D, Geske A, Ginty DD, Caterina MJ., 2021, Sex dependent reduction in mechanical allodynia in the sural-sparing nerve injury model in mice lacking Merkel cells., J Neurosci., :JN-RM-1668-20. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1668-20.2021, PMID: 34031166 PubMed