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.
- Congratulations to all of our second year students for successfully passing their Graduate Board Oral Exams!
- Congratulations to Erik Hansen on his recent publication in PNAS deciphering the enzymatic function of the anti-HIV protein SAMHD1. Click here for more information.
- April 2014: Congratulations to Pinaki Bose, a first year CBI student, on receiving an Honorable Mention for his application to the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program!
- January 2014: Congratulations to Professor Marc Ostermeier who has been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering's 2014 College of Fellows!
- January 2014: Brian Chaikind has successfully defended his graduate thesis! Congratulations Brian!
- December 2013: Congratulations to Dr. Craig Townsend for winning the I.A. Scott Medal! The I.A Scott Medal is sponsored by the ACS Texas A&M Section and the Texas A&M University department of chemistry. The award recognizes excellence in biological chemistry research.
- November 2013: Congratulations to Professor Phil Cole who has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science!
- September 2013: The CBI Program is pleased to welcome Professor Cynthia Wolberger and Professor James Berger as Preceptors in the program!
- July 2013: Francine Morris has successfully defended her graduate thesis! Congratulations Francine!
- June 2013: Lerna Uzasci has successfully defended her graduate thesis! Congratulations Lerna!