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2020 Deadline
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Amelie Stein
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=eH6qiFsAAAAJ&hl=en
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Structural computational biology, protein stability & degradationBiologyBiochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics, nanoscience - typically MSc level required, or BSc + research experience Direct admit, no rotations; PhD program is 3 yearsamelie.stein@bio.ku.dk
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Bill Schiefhttps://www.scripps.edu/faculty/schief/Scripps ResearchVaccine design, protein design, directed evolution, antibodies, HIV, influenza, malaria, ebola, cancerScrippsInterdisciplinary2-3 rotations in first year
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Birte Höckerwww.proteindesign.uni-bayreuth.de/en/
Universitat Bayreuth, Germany
Evolution & design of protein folds, ligand binding, enzyme engineeringBayNAT (Molecular Biosciences)www.baynat.uni-bayreuth.de/en/biochemistry preferredanytime
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Brian Kuhlmanhttp://klab.web.unc.edu/UNC Chapel Hill
Protein design, vaccine design for dengue virus, light-activatable proteins, protein therapeutics/antibodies
BBSP (Biological & Biomedical Sciences Program): Includes Molecular Biophysics and Computational Biology Programs
https://bbsp.unc.edu/3 rotations in first year (with option for summer rotation), stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/4
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Brian Piercepiercelab.ibbr.umd.eduUniversity of MarylandProtein docking, protein design, vaccine design, immune recognitionBiological Sciencesbisi.umd.eduInterdisciplinary, biology3 rotations in first year12/1Charles Delwiche (Program Director)Johnathan Guest
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Brian Piercepiercelab.ibbr.umd.eduUniversity of MarylandProtein docking, protein design, vaccine design, immune recognitionProgram in Virologyhttp://simona065.wixsite.com/umd-virology-programVirologyNIH training program, available to UMD Biological Science students and others12/1Anne Simon (Program Director)Johnathan Guest
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Bruno Correiahttps://lpdi.epfl.ch/Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneProtein design, synthetic biology, vaccine design, de novo design Computational Biology
https://www.epfl.ch/education/phd/programs/edcb-computational-and-quantitative-biology/
Interdisciplinary, focus on computational and quantitative biologyno rotations - straight to business
https://www.epfl.ch/education/phd/programs/edcb-computational-and-quantitative-biology/edcb-how-to-apply/
Matteo Dal Peraro (Program Director)Freyr Sverrisson
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Bruno Correiahttps://lpdi.epfl.ch/Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneProtein design, synthetic biology, vaccine design, de novo design Bioengineering and Biotechnology https://phd.epfl.ch/EDBBInterdisciplinary, focus on engineeringno rotations - straight to business
https://phd.epfl.ch/cms/site/phd/lang/en/deadlines
Georg Fantner(Program Director)Fabian Sesterhenn
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Byung-Ha Oh
https://sites.google.com/view/tpdsb/home
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyTherapeutic protein design, Structural biologyBiological Scienceshttps://bio.kaist.ac.kr/Biology3 rotations in first semester, stipend/fees (all years) paid by TA/labiskang@kaist.ac.krBo-Seong Jeong, Seonghoon Kim
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Colin Smithsmithlab.wesleyan.eduWesleyan UniversityProtein dynamics, protein design, allostery, NMRChemistryhttp://www.wesleyan.edu/chem/graduates/Chemistry, Biochemistry3 rotations in first semester, stipend/fees (all years) paid by TA/lab1/1Erika Taylor, Alison O'Neil, Carlos Jimenez HoyosBrian Northrop (Program Director)Josh Dudley, Kat Blejec
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Colin Smithsmithlab.wesleyan.eduWesleyan UniversityProtein dynamics, protein design, allostery, NMRMolecular Biology & Biochemistryhttp://www.wesleyan.edu/mbb/grad_studies/Biochemistry, Biology2 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by TA/lab1/1Ishita Mukerji, Don Oliver, Rich OlsonScott Holmes (Program Director)Meagan MacDonald
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Dan Kulp
https://wistar.org/our-scientists/daniel-kulp
U PennComputational and experimental vaccine/antibody/immune modulator designBioengineeringhttp://www.be.seas.upenn.edu/Biochemistry, Biophysics, Comp. Sci. 12/15Ravi Radhakrishnan, Scott L. Diamond, Andrew Tsourkas
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Dan Kulp
https://wistar.org/our-scientists/daniel-kulp
U PennComputational and experimental vaccine/antibody/immune modulator designMicrobiology, Virology, and Parasitologyhttps://www.med.upenn.edu/camb/mvp.shtmlImmunology, Virology12/15James Wilson, John Wherry, Carl June
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Dan Kulp
https://wistar.org/our-scientists/daniel-kulp
Wistar InstituteComputational and experimental vaccine/antibody/immune modulator designVaccine & Immunotherapy Center
https://wistar.org/research-discoveries/vaccine-immunotherapy-center
Structural biology, immunology, bioengineering-David Weiner, Luis J. Montaner
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David Bakerhttp://www.bakerlab.org/
University of Washington, Seattle
Protein design, structure prediction, peptide design, protein logic gates, materials design, ligand binder design
Biochemistry
https://depts.washington.edu/biowww/pages/graduate-application.shtml
Background in biology, chemistry or biochemistry3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2Neil King, Frank DiMaioErin Kirschner kirsche@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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David Bakerhttp://www.bakerlab.org/
University of Washington, Seattle
Protein design, structure prediction, peptide design, protein logic gates, materials design, ligand binder design
BPSDhttp://depts.washington.edu/bpsd/Backgound in biology, physical sciences, or mathematics.3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2Neil King, Frank DiMaioErin Kirschner kirsche@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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David Bakerhttp://www.bakerlab.org/
University of Washington, Seattle
Protein design, structure prediction, peptide design, protein logic gates, materials design, ligand binder design
MCBhttp://mcb-seattle.edu/Biology, physical or natural sciences or mathematics background3 rotations in first year. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2Neil King
Rich Gardner and Nina Salama (MCB Co-Directors)
Brian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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David Bakerhttp://www.bakerlab.org/
University of Washington, Seattle
Protein design, structure prediction, peptide design, protein logic gates, materials design, ligand binder design
Bioengineeringhttps://bioe.uw.edu/academic-programs/graduate/phd/Bioengineering, Chemical engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Computer science, Electrical engineering 1-2 rotations during first year, PhD students fully funded through RA/TAship.12/1Kalei L. Combs kaleic@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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David Bakerhttp://www.bakerlab.org/
University of Washington, Seattle
Protein design, structure prediction, peptide design, protein logic gates, materials design, ligand binder design
Genome Scienceshttp://www.gs.washington.edu/index.htmNone needed, most come with experimental backgrounds (Biology, Biochemistry) or computational (Computer Science, etc), ideal candidate have both. Students rotate through three labs their first year before selecting a thesis lab. Funding is provided by the department during this time.12/1Brian Giebel: bgiebel@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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David Bakerhttp://www.bakerlab.org/
University of Washington, Seattle
Protein design, structure prediction, peptide design, protein logic gates, materials design, ligand binder design
Molecular Engineeringhttps://www.moles.washington.edu/phd/The MolE PhD program does not require students to have a degree in a particular discipline but does require the student hold a BS or BA degree from an engineering or natural sciences program. The MolE PhD program accepts students with diverse backgrounds in engineering, science, or medicine.International and domestic students are funded for the first 3 academic quarters by the MolES Institute and thereafter by the student’s Principal Investigator (PI).12/15Paul Neubert, Counseling Services Coordinator, 206-221-6542, pneubert@uw.edu.Brian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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David Bakerhttp://www.bakerlab.org/
University of Washington, Seattle
Protein design, structure prediction, peptide design, protein logic gates, materials design, ligand binder design
Computer Sciencehttps://www.cs.washington.edu/academics/phdComputer Science; Computer Engineeirng3 years of guaranteed funding (tuition, stipend, health insurance) through RA or TA positions. Assigned temporary advisor to help mentor new students.12/15 Su-In Lee, Larry Ruzzo, Georg Seelig Elise Dorough (Director of Graduate Student Services) elised@cs.washington.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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Eric Fischerfischerlab.org
Harvard Medical School/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Structural biology & computational structural biology/Chemical biology/Protein-protein-ligand docking/Protein design
Harvard Systems, Synthetic, and Quantitative Biology PhD Program
https://sysbiophd.harvard.edu/Interdisciplinary, quantitative2-4 rotations, stipend/fees paid by program/labelizabeth_pomerantz@hms.harvard.edu
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Eric Fischerfischerlab.org
Harvard Medical School/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Structural biology & computational structural biology/Chemical biology/Protein-protein-ligand docking/Protein design
Harvard Chemical Biology PhD Programhttps://chembiophd.harvard.edu/Chemical biology2-4 rotations, stipend/fees paid by program/labjason_millberg@hms.harvard.edu
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Eric Fischerfischerlab.org
Harvard Medical School/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Structural biology & computational structural biology/Chemical biology/Protein-protein-ligand docking/Protein design
Harvard PhD Program in Biological and Biomedical Scienceshttps://www.hms.harvard.edu/dms/bbs/Interdisciplinary biological sciences, umbrella program2-4 rotations, stipend/fees paid by program/lab
dymecki@genetics.med.harvard.edu
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Eva-Maria Strauchhttp://www.strauchlab.com/ University of GeorgiaProtein design, protein therapeutics and immunogens targeting viral surface proteins, directed evolution
Integrated life sciences, pharmaceutical & biomedical sciences
http://www.strauchlab.com/biological sciences, chemistry or biochemistryILS program: 3 rotation first semester, PBS program: direct admit with no rotations, student supported through RA or TA position-
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Eva-Maria Strauchhttp://www.strauchlab.com/ University of GeorgiaProtein design, protein therapeutics and immunogens targeting viral surface proteins, directed evolutionbioinformatics http://www.strauchlab.com/biological sciences, chemistry or biochemistryenter through ILS program: 3 rotation first semester, direct admit some times possible, student supported through RA or TA position-
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Fabio Parmeggiani
http://www.bris.ac.uk/brissynbio/people/369828
University of BristolModular protein design, repeat proteins, protein origamiSynthetic Biology (under renewal)http://www.synbio-cdt.ac.uk/3/9
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Firas Khatibhttp://www.cis.umassd.edu/~fkhatib/UMass DartmouthFoldit, Citizen Science/Gamification, Computational Biology, Protein Structure Determination/PredictionComputer and Information Sciencehttps://www.umassd.edu/engineering/cis/graduate/
https://www.umassd.edu/graduate/deadlinesandtestrequirements/
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Frank DiMaiohttps://dimaiolab.ipd.uw.edu/
University of Washington, Seattle
Computational structural biologyBiochemistry
https://depts.washington.edu/biowww/pages/graduate-application.shtml
Background in biology, chemistry or biochemistry3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2Neil King, David BakerErin Kirschner kirsche@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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Frank DiMaiohttps://dimaiolab.ipd.uw.edu/
University of Washington, Seattle
Computational structural biologyBPSDhttp://depts.washington.edu/bpsd/Backgound in biology, physical sciences, or mathematics.3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2Neil King, David BakerErin Kirschner kirsche@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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Gabriel Rocklinhttp://www.rocklinlab.orgNorthwestern UniversityProtein biophysics, protein design, protein therapeutics, mass spec proteomicsDriskill Graduate Program in Life Scienceshttps://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/sites/dgp/DGP preferred over IBiSDec 1 2018https://syntheticbiology.northwestern.edu
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Gabriel Rocklinhttp://www.rocklinlab.orgNorthwestern UniversityProtein biophysics, protein design, protein therapeutics, mass spec proteomicsInterdisciplinary Biological Sciences Graduate Programhttps://www.ibis.northwestern.eduDec 15 2018https://syntheticbiology.northwestern.edu
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Gustav OberdorferTBDGraz University of TechnologyDesign of functional proteins: enzymes, small molecule binding proteinsBiochemistry and Molecular Biologyhttps://www.biochemistry.tugraz.at/Structural Biology, Biochemistry, Bioengineering-
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Ingemar Andréhttp://andrelab.orgLund UniversityProtein assembly design, protein evolution, ensemble modeling with experimental dataBiochemistry and Molecular Biophysicshttp://www.cmps.lu.seBiochemistry, biophysics, bioinformatics
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Jacob Corncornlab.orgETH ZurichGenome editing, DNA damage, protein engineering. Lab uses Rosetta but does not do development.Biologyhttps://www.biol.ethz.ch/en/doctoral-studies.htmlInterest in cell biologyBoth program admit and direct admit are possible12/1, 7/1
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James Moody
https://www.chem.byu.edu/faculty/james-d-moody/
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Structural Biology and Enzymology, Protein-based materials, Protein crystallization techniques, Enzyme design
Chemistry and Biochemistryhttps://www.chem.byu.edu/graduate-students/apply-now/Interdisciplinary
Rotations Fall semester paid by TA-ship, stipend/fees after rotations are paid either from PIs grant(s), student fellowship(s), or TA-ships.
1/5/19
chemgradsec@chem.byu.edu
Josh Tseng
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Jeffrey Graygraylab.jhu.eduJohns HopkinsProtein docking, antibodies, glycoproteins, membrane proteins, biomineralization, deep learningProgram in Molecular Biophysicspmb.jhu.eduInterdisciplinary: biology, chemistry, biochemistry, engineering, math, CSNIH training program, 3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1Maggie Johnson, Albert Lau, Doug Barrick, Karen Fleming, TJ Ha (40 faculty)Doug Barrick (Program Director)Morgan Nance, Jeff Ruffolo
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Jeffrey Graygraylab.jhu.eduJohns HopkinsProtein docking, antibodies, glycoproteins, membrane proteins, biomineralization, deep learningChemical & Biomolecular Engineeringchembe.jhu.eduTypically ChE or BioEChemBE department places students in labs in October of first year12/15Yannis Kevrekidis, Paulette Clancy, Marc Ostermeier, Jamie SpanglerDavid Gracias (Director of PhD Program)Rebecca Alford (now @DESRes), Ameya Harmalkar
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Jeffrey Graygraylab.jhu.eduJohns HopkinsProtein docking, antibodies, glycoproteins, membrane proteins, biomineralization, deep learningBiomedical Engineeringhttps://www.bme.jhu.edu/Alexis Battle, Rachel Karchin, Joel Bader, Netz ArroyoHong Lan (Program coordinator)Mike Pacella (now @Schulman lab)
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Jeffrey Graygraylab.jhu.eduJohns HopkinsProtein docking, antibodies, glycoproteins, membrane proteins, biomineralization, deep learningMaster's in ChemBEchembe.jhu.eduTypically ChE or BioE, but also broad including chemistry, biochem, biology, CS6 classes + a research thesis = MS degree. Two year program.12/15Yannis Kevrekidis, Paulette Clancy, Marc Ostermeier, Jamie SpanglerSakul Ratanalert (Director of MS Program)Joseph Lubin (now @Rutgers), Xiyao Long (now @Drexel), Wenhao Gao (now @MIT)
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Jens Meilerwww.meilerlab.orgVanderbilt UniversityComputational Biology: biologics, small molecules, structure predictionChemistryhttps://gradschool.vanderbilt.edu/Chemistry, Biochemistry3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab1/15
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Jens Meilerwww.meilerlab.orgVanderbilt UniversityComputational Biology: biologics, small molecules, structure predictionQuantitative Chemical Biologyhttps://gradschool.vanderbilt.edu/any quantitative major (CS, Math, Physics)3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab1/15
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Jens Meilerwww.meilerlab.orgVanderbilt UniversityComputational Biology: biologics, small molecules, structure predictionBiomedical Informaticshttps://gradschool.vanderbilt.edu/computer science3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab1/15
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Jens Meilerwww.meilerlab.orgVanderbilt University Computational Biology: biologics, small molecules, structure predictionPharmacologyhttps://gradschool.vanderbilt.edu/Pharmacy, Chemistry3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab1/15
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Jens Meilerwww.meilerlab.orgLeipzig UniversityComputational Biology: biologics, small molecules, structure predictionChemistry, Biochemistry, Computer Sciencehttps://www.uni-leipzig.de/en/Chemistry, Biochemistry, Computer Science, or relatedDirect admission into the laboratory with BSc or MSc degree, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/labjens@meilerlab.org
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Jeremy Millshttps://biodesign.asu.edu/jeremy-millsArizona State UniversityComputational Protein design, non-canonical amino acids, fluorescent biosensors, structural biologyChemisty and Biochemistryhttps://sms.asu.edu/degrees/gradinterdisciplinary: Chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 1/1Giovanna GhirlandaDavid Nutt (david.nutt@asu.edu)Bethany Kartchner (bkolbaba@asu.edu)
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Joanna Sluskyhttp://slusky.compbio.ku.edu/University of KansasMembrane protein designComputational Biologyhttp://compbio.ku.edu/experience coding and biology or chemistry3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1Joanna Slusky (Director of Graduate Admissions for Computaitonal Biology)
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Joanna Sluskyhttps://sluskylab.ku.edu/University of Kansasprotein design and evolution: antibiotic resistance, enzyme design, environmental remediationCenter for Computaional Biologyhttp://compbio.ku.edu/phd-program-1our students come from many academically diverse backgrounds: comp sci, biochem, biophysics, chem and & physics12/4slusky@ku.edu
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Joanna Sluskyhttp://slusky.compbio.ku.edu/University of KansasMembrane protein designMolecular Bioscienceshttps://molecularbiosciences.ku.edu/any bioscience3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1
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John Karanicolashttps://www.karanicolaslab.orgU Penn
Computational chemical biology (cancer drug discovery, Rosetta-based virtual screening and medicinal chemistry)
Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysicshttp://www.med.upenn.edu/bmbgrad/Biochemistry / chemistry / biophysics12/1John Karanicolas (Director of Postdoctoral and Graduate Student Training Program at Fox Chase)Simon Kelow
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John Karanicolashttps://www.karanicolaslab.orgTemple U
Computational chemical biology (cancer drug discovery, Rosetta-based virtual screening and medicinal chemistry)
Molecular and Cellular Biosciences
https://medicine.temple.edu/education/biomedical-sciences-graduate-program/areas-concentration/molecular-and-cellular
Biochemistry / chemistry / biophysics2/15John Karanicolas (Director of Postdoctoral and Graduate Student Training Program at Fox Chase)Chris Parry
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Justin Siegel
https://sites.google.com/site/ucdsiegellab/home
UC DavisComputationally Guided Enzyme Design & DiscoveryChemistry
https://chemistry.ucdavis.edu/graduate/prospective-students/phd-chemistry
Chemistry, Biochemistry1 quarter rotations, stipend/fees (all years) paid by TA/lab12/1Dean Tantillo
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Justin Siegel
Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
http://bmcdb.ucdavis.edu/Biochemistry3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1
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Justin SiegelIntegrative Genetics and Genomicshttp://igg.ucdavis.edu/index.htmlBiochemistry, Chemistry3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1
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Justin SiegelBiomedical Engineeringhttps://bmegg.ucdavis.edu/Engineering3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1
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Lin JiangBiochemistry, Biophysics, and Structural Biologyhttps://www.mbi.ucla.edu/bbsb/Biochemistry3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1
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Matthew O'Meara
https://medicine.umich.edu/dept/dcmb/matthew-omeara-phd
University of MichiganComputational PharmacologyProgram in Biomedical Scienceshttps://ogps.med.umich.edu/pibs/Computational Biology3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/1Yang Zhang, Charles L. Brooks III, pibs@umich.edu
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Michael Shirtshttps://www.colorado.edu/lab/shirtsgroup/University of Colorado Bouldersoft materials, thermodynamics, nonnatural oligamersChemical and Biological Engineeringhttps://www.colorado.edu/chbe/academics/graduate-programChemical engineering 12/15Tim Whiteheadchbegrad@colorado.eduLenny Fobe
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Michael Shirtshttps://www.colorado.edu/lab/shirtsgroup/University of Colorado Bouldersoft materials, thermodynamics, nonnatural oligamersIQ Biologyhttps://www.colorado.edu/certificate/iqbiology/interdisciplinary quantitative biology12/1 or 12/15Tim WhiteheadAmber.McDonnell@colorado.edu
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Neil Kinghttp://kinglab.ipd.uw.edu/
University of Washington, Seattle
Designing protein-based nanomaterials for medical applicationsBiochemistry
https://depts.washington.edu/biowww/pages/graduate-application.shtml
Background in biology, chemistry or biochemistry3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2David Baker Frank DiMaioErin Kirschner kirsche@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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Neil Kinghttp://kinglab.ipd.uw.edu/
University of Washington, Seattle
Designing protein-based nanomaterials for medical applicationsBPSDhttp://depts.washington.edu/bpsd/Backgound in biology, physical sciences, or mathematics.3 rotations in first year, then selection of thesis advisor. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2David Baker, Frank DiMaioErin Kirschner kirsche@uw.eduBrian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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Neil Kinghttp://kinglab.ipd.uw.edu/
University of Washington, Seattle
Designing protein-based nanomaterials for medical applicationsMCBhttp://mcb-seattle.edu/Biology, physical or natural sciences or mathematics background3 rotations in first year. Salary, tuition waiver and health insurance covered all years. 12/2David Baker
Rich Gardner and Nina Salama (MCB Co-Directors)
Brian Koepnick: koepnick@uw.edu
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Nik Sgourakishttp://niksgourakis.chemistry.ucsc.eduUC Santa Cruz
protein dynamics, molecular chaperones, MHC-I antigen processing and presentation, T cell receptor interactions, NMR, Hybrid modeling
Chemical Biology, Biochemistry and Biophysics https://pbse.ucsc.edu/cb3/index.html12/1
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Ora Furmanhttp://www.cs.huji.ac.il/~fora
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Bioinformatics, protein interactions, structure prediction methods, peptide-protein interactions, peptide-based drugs
Bioinformatics and Genomicshttp://new.huji.ac.il/enInterdisciplinary12/1
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Possu Huang/Rhiju Das
proteindesign.orgstanford universityprotein design, RNA modeling, ETERNABioengineering
https://bioengineering.stanford.edu/academics/graduate-programs
engineering quantitative skills3~4 rotations, 2 year stipend paid for by program, favorable for international students12/4
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Possu Huang/Rhiju Das
stanford universityprotein design, RNA modeling, ETERNAStanford Biosciences (this umbrella program includes biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology, etc.
https://biosciences.stanford.edu/prospective-students/how-to-apply/
Broad umbrella program3~4 rotations, 4 year stipend paid for by program12/4
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Richard Bonneau
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Wq8XTykAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
NYUprotein structure-function (rosetta meets ML), peptidiomimetics, protein structure predictionCenter for Data Science https://cds.nyu.eduCS or stats or math12/12
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Richard Bonneau
https://twitter.com/RichBonneauNYU?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
NYUBiology Departmenthttps://as.nyu.edu/biology.htmlCS or stats and biophysics or biology12/1
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Roland Dunbrackhttp://dunbrack.fccc.edu https://www.foxchase.org/roland-dunbrack-jrFox Chase Cancer Center - Adjunct Professor at Drexel College of MedicineBioinformatics, antibody design, structure prediction methodsDrexel - MCBG Programhttps://drexel.edu/medicine/academics/graduate-school/molecular-cell-biology-genetics/Biology3 rotations first year, stipend (all years) paid by program first two years / lab after that12/15
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Roland Dunbrackhttp://dunbrack.fccc.edu https://www.foxchase.org/roland-dunbrack-jrFox Chase Cancer Center - Adjunct Professor at University of PennBioinformatics, antibody design, structure prediction methodsPenn - Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysicshttp://www.med.upenn.edu/bmbgrad/Interdisciplinary (Physics, Math, Biology, Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science)3 Rotations first year, 4 if summer. Stipend paid for 2 years by program, lab funding / fellowship funding after that12/1Simon Kelow (simon.kelow@gmail.com)
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Sagar Kharehttp://sagardkharelab.orgRutgers UniversityEnzyme Design and EngineeringChemistry and Chemical Biologyhttps://chem.rutgers.edu/academics/graduate-programChemistry, Biochemistry2/3 rotations in the first year, first year fellowship, stipend (all years) paid by TA/lab12/15David Case, Darrin York, Jean Baum, Enver Izgu, Andy Niuewkoop, Lu WangGreg Herzog (Program Director)Joseph Lubin
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Sagar Kharehttp://sagardkharelab.orgRutgers UniversityEnzyme Design and EngineeringQuantitative Biomedicinehttps://iqb.rutgers.edu/qbprogramInterdisciplinary (broad umbrella program)2/3 rotations in first year, first year fellowship/TA paid by program, stipend all years paid by lab/TAWei Dai, Arek Kulczyk, Vik Nanda, Yana BrombergSagar Khare (Program Director)William Hansen
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Sarel Fleishmanwww.fleishmanlab.org
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Design of protein function: enzymes, antibodies & membrane proteinsLife Sciences, Chemistry or Bioinformaticswww.weizmann.ac.il/feinbergBiochemistry preferredRollingDan Tawfik, Nir London
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Scott Horowitzhttps://www.horowitzlab.com/University of DenverChaperones and protein folding, FolditChemistry
https://www.du.edu/nsm/departments/chemistryandbiochemistry/degreeprograms/graduate/phddegree.html
Chemistry1-3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab, teaching required in first yearTodd Blankenship at Todd.Blankenship@du.edu
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Scott Horowitzhttps://www.horowitzlab.com/University of DenverChaperones and protein folding, FolditBiophysicshttps://www.du.edu/nsm/departments/biophysics/index.htmlChemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, biology, or physics background2-3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab, teaching required in first year1/31Mary Shonk at cheminfo@du.edu
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Parisa Hosseinzadehhttps://www.parisahlab.orgUniversity of OregonDesign of functional peptides and proteins, structural understanding of peptidesBiochemistry/ IMBhttps://chemistry.uoregon.edu/ , http://molbio.uoregon.edu/apply/Chemistry and Biochemsitry (Can be Biology or Physics if applying to IMB through them)3 rotations the first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab1/5Mike Harms, Calin Plesa
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Parisa Hosseinzadehhttps://www.parisahlab.orgUniversity of OregonDesign of functional peptides and proteins, structural understanding of peptidesKnight Campus centerhttps://accelerate.uoregon.edu/Bioengineering (Biomedical engineering, mechanical/electrical engineering, chemical engineering, etc)No rotations, will join a lab. Currently application joing through OSU BioE department (joint program)Calin Plesa, Marian Hettiaratchi
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Seth Cooperhttp://sethcooper.net/Northeastern Universitycitizen science, FolditComputer Sciencehttp://khoury.northeastern.edu/Computer Science
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Sinisa Bjelichttp://protein.technologyLinnaeus Universityallosteric covalent modifications, protein-protein interfacesChemistrylnu.seBiochemistry and Chemical Biology
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Steffen Linderthttps://research.cbc.osu.edu/lindert.1/Ohio State Universityprotein structure prediction from MS and cryoEM dataChemistryhttps://chemistry.osu.edu/graduateChemistry, Biochemistry2-3 rotations in first semester, stipend/fees (all years) paid by TA/lab12/15
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Steffen LindertOSBPhttps://osbp.osu.edu/Biochemistry, biophysics3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1
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Steffen LindertOSU Biophysicshttps://biophysics.osu.edu/Biochemistry, biophysics3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/10
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Summer Thymehttps://www.thymelab.org/
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Neurobiology; using Rosetta to build tools; testing Rosetta designs in zebrafish models; drug discoveryUmbrella GBS programhttps://www.uab.edu/gbs/home/Interdisciplinary (broad umbrella program)3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1Yuhua Song (docking, non-Rosetta)grad-gbs@uab.eduAri Ginsparg
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Tanja Kortemmekortemmelab.ucsf.edu
University of California San Francisco
Protein design, flexibility and ensembles, sampling, biosensors, interfaces, synthetic and quantitative biology
Biophysics (iPQB)https://biophysics.ucsf.eduInterdisciplinary (Physics, Math, Biology, Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science)NIH training program, 3 rotations in first year, stipend, tuition/fees & health insurance (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1Bill deGrado, James Fraser, Michael Grabe, Matt Jacobson, Hana el Samad, Aashish Manglik, Andrej Sali, Brian Shoichet, Jim Wells, David Agard, Yifan ChengTanja (Program Director)Amanda Loshbaugh, Samuel Thompson
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Tanja Kortemmekortemmelab.ucsf.eduUCSF/UC Berkeley
Protein design, flexibility and ensembles, sampling, biosensors, interfaces, synthetic and quantitative biology
Bioengineering (joint with UC Berkeley)http://bioegrad.berkeley.eduInterdisciplinary, focus on engineeringNIH training program, 3 rotations in first year, stipend, tuition/fees & health insurance (all years) paid by program/ lab12/15Adam Abate, John Dueber, Hana el Samad, Jay Keasling, Jim WellsTodd McDevitt (Program Director)Chris Mathy, Cody Krivacic, Xingjie Pan
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Tim Whitehead
https://www.colorado.edu/faculty/whitehead/
University of Colorado BoulderData-driven protein engineering and design, antibodies, molecular recognition, plant synthetic biologyBiological Engineering
https://www.colorado.edu/chbe/prospective-students/prospective-graduate-students
Biochemistry, focus on engineeringno rotations for Chemical and Biological Eng; rotation TBD for Biological Engineering PhD; 1st semester TA, stipends/fees (all years) paid by lab12/15Kristi Anseth, Chris Bowman, Stephanie Bryant, Jerome Fox, Joel Kaar, Michael ShirtsDom de Vangel (Program Director; chbegrad@colorado.edu)
Monica Kirby, Alison Leonard, Zach Baumer, PJ Steiner, Brian Petersen
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Tobias Madl
https://forschung.medunigraz.at/fodok/suchen.person_uebersicht?sprache_in=en&ansicht_in=&menue_id_in=101&id_in=80568
Medical University of Graz, Austria
Structural biology & computational structural biologyMolecular Medicinehttps://www.medunigraz.at/phd/phd-programs/molmed/Biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics, chemistry
September 15th
tobias.madl@medunigraz.at
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Tobias Madl
https://forschung.medunigraz.at/fodok/suchen.person_uebersicht?sprache_in=en&ansicht_in=&menue_id_in=101&id_in=80568
Medical University of Graz, Austria
Structural biology & computational structural biologyMetabolic and Cardiovascular Diseasehttps://www.medunigraz.at/DK_MCD/Biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics, chemistry
September 15th
tobias.madl@medunigraz.at
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Vatsan Ramanwww.ramanlab.orgUniv. of Wisconsin-MadisonDesign of small molecule biosensors, microbial regulation and bacteriophagesIntegrated Program in Biochemistryhttps://ipib.wisc.edu/Biochemistry, biophysicsNIH training grants available. Three rotations each 5 weeks long12/1Phil RomeroIvan Rayment (program director)Tony Meger
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Vladimir Yarov-Yarovoy
https://basicscience.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/Sack_and_Yarov-Yarovoy_Labs/
UC DavisMembrane proteins, ion channels, protein design, biosensor designBiophysicshttp://bph.ucdavis.edu/Biological or physical science or certain engineering disciplinesNIH training programs available, 4 rotations in fall and winter quarters paid by program, stipend/fees after rotations are paid either from PIs grant(s), student fellowship(s), or TAs. 1/2Justin Siegel, Colleen Clancy, Igor VorobyovAtul Parikh (Program Director; anparikh@ucdavis.edu)Phuong Tran Nguyen, Jan Maly, Aiyana Emigh, Brandon Harris
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Vladimir Yarov-Yarovoy
Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
http://bmcdb.ucdavis.edu/Biochemistry3 rotations in first year, stipend/fees (all years) paid by program/ lab12/1Justin SiegelBruce Draper (Program Director; bwdraper@ucdavis.edu)
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