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20th BMBGSA Research Symposium 

The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Graduate Student Association is putting on its annual Research Symposium which shows cases of student research throw poster presentations and oral presentations. This gives the students a chance to show off their hard work while also getting a chance at some amazing prizes. The Symposium with be held on February 22nd and 23rd on the 3rd floor atrium of the NRC. To end the event Dr. Steven Henikoff will be speaking in 108 NRC on "Genome-wide mapping of chromatin dynamic in-situ"


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Breathe Easier:

Cystic Fibrosis Research Acknowledged

Dr. Yong Chang and his dedicated team of student researchers have earned well-deserved recognition, prominently featured as 'headliners' in OSU news events. Explore the link to delve into the details of their remarkable research and learn more about their impactful contributions to their respective fields! Read more about Cystic Fibrosis Research


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2024 REKEL Speaker: Blake Meyers

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is excited to announce that Dr. Blake Meyers with be the 2024 Roger E. Koeppe Endowed Lectureship Speaker. Dr. Meyers is a Curators' Distinguished Professor at the University of Missouri and member of  Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.


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Congratulating Jon Newell

Congratulations to Dr. Jon Newell for being honored as a 2023 Champion for Oklahoma State University Agriculture! 

Dr. Newell of St. Louis, Missouri, received his bachelor’s degree and doctoral degree in chemistry from OSU. He spent 30 years working as a senior research manager and scientist at Anheuser-Busch Inc., where he worked on a multitude of projects benefiting the food industry.

Dr. Newell has given back to OSU’s Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology by supporting student recruitment, research and travel to scientific conferences, and endowing a scholarship that specifically supports women in biochemistry.



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