At The Johns Hopkins University, our nation's first Research University, there is a long tradition of scientists carrying out research at the interface of Chemistry and Biology. The establishment of the Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) program in 2005 formalized this tradition. We are pleased to invite you to explore this website to learn about our program.
- March 2013: Amy Weil has successfully defended her graduate thesis! Congratulations Amy!
- December 2012: Congratulations to Professor Young Sam Lee and his group for their publication in Science (2012, 338, 1069) concerning the role of SAICAR (an intermediate in purine biosynthesis) on cancer cell survival.
- August 2012: Katie Fiedler has successfully defended her graduate thesis! Congratulations Katie!
- August 2012: Anna Vagstad has successfully defended her graduate thesis! Congratulations Anna!
- June 2012: Sam Hong passed his Graduate Board Oral! Congratulations Sam!
- May 2012: Phil Storm passed his Graduate Board Oral! Congratulations Phil!
- May 2012: Congratulations to Breeana Grogan (Stivers Lab) who was awarded a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Fellowship to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research.
- April 2012: Congratulations to Dr. Mary Katherine Tarrant (Ph.D., Cole Lab) who won the prestigious Alicia Showalter Reynolds award at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- January 2012: The CBI Program is pleased to welcome Professor Jungsan Sohn as a Preceptor in the program!
- January 2012: The CBI Program is pleased to welcome Professor Steve Rokita as a Preceptor in the program!