Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minoritized Students Awards

Landon Bradshaw (Class of 2023) and Elena Singer-Freeman (Class of 2025) recently attended ABRCMS (Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minoritized Students) in Anaheim, California and were awarded honors for their poster and oral presentation, respectively. Both BMB students perform research in the Currie Lab at […]

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Science to the rescue

Chemistry professor teaches students to fact-check claims in their news feeds By Alicia RobertsMay 26, 2022 Since a steady stream of social media claims can convince an unwary audience that just about anything is true, Wake Forest chemistry professor Patricia Dos Santos has a […]

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Congratulations BMB Class of 2019

A hearty congratulations to all the 2019 graduates of the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology program. The Faculty are proud of your accolades and accomplishments!   pictured: (front-row) Conner Song, Keyang Yu, Carrie (Chennan) Zhang, Sherry (Shiyu) Wang. (second-row) Anuj Jailwala, Alex (Alexandra) Monetti, Paula Patel, […]

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Wake Downtown

If you crave a complete change of scenery from the Quad’s Georgian architecture, grab your scientific calculator and safety goggles and hop on a shuttle bound for Wake Downtown — an extension of our campus in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. Innovation on Tradition– To learn […]

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Congratulations Graduates 2018!

A big congratulations to our inaugural class of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Majors.  We wish you the greatest success! Go Deacs! Pictured: (back row left to right) Jack Evans, Elizabeth Sarkel, Jorge Dabdoub, Brett DerGarabedian, James Falese, Davis Brock (front row) Ike Osuorah, Will Moore

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Biochemistry and Mentoring Grant

The National Science Foundation recently awarded a $680,000 grant to Wake Forest University Associate Professor of Chemistry Patricia Dos Santos. In addition to funding research that helps scientists better understand life on earth, the grant also enables her to mentor students from other Triad-area colleges. […]

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Molecular Systems Grant

The National Science Foundation awarded $900,000 to an interdisciplinary group led by Dr. Gloria Muday examining how hormones affect growth and development of the roots of Arabidopsis thaliana, which is a genetic model used to provide insight into other plants. To learn more, follow the link below. […]

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