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About the Program

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Recent years have seen an explosion in biological information available to life science researchers.  Hundreds of genomes have been sequenced and thousands of macromolecular structures have been determined.  How do we make sense of this information?  How do we organize it to broaden our understanding? 
beamWith advances in computational power and sophisticated instrumentation, we are now in a position to develop a comprehensive view of the molecular basis of life.student using NMR600
PMB faculty and the student researchers in their laboratories apply a wide range of approaches in their search for fundamental principles underlying the many reactions and interactions in living systems.
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Program in Molecular Biophysics
101 Jenkins Hall
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

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