Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology

  • cell culture
    Opportunities for students to learn advanced methods of cell culture are part of the BMCB curriculum.
  • analyze biomolecular interactions
    Dr. Tom Laue received this award for his development of new instruments and approaches to analyze biomolecular interactions Learn More
  • bmcb genetics
    Students in BMCB 754 isolating genomic DNA from the plant Arabidopsis in preparation for gene cloning. Learn More
  • BMCB hands-on experience
    Hands-on experience and development of skills in experimental design and standard-operating laboratory procedures give BMCB graduates a decided advantage in the job market. Learn More

Student Information for Spring 2017 Registration

What’s great about the UNH Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology Program?

  • Rigorous, yet popular courses in cutting-edge areas of molecular life sciences.
  • Emphasis on hands-on learning in molecular biology, protein chemistry, microscopy, and cell culture.
  • Outstanding preparation for careers in research, health professions, academia, and the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry.
  • Extensive opportunities to conduct undergraduate research with highly-respected faculty and their research collaborators around the world.