The Chemistry-Biology Interface Training Grant is an NIH funded grant that supports top graduate students working at the interface of chemistry and biology. These students work in the laboratories of individual PIs, but they also receive an interdisciplinary training whereby they learn a common language and shared set of research skills.

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Prospective Students

Through shared experiences in the classroom and in the laboratory, the Predoctoral Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) Training Program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, aims to provide interdisciplinary training; allowing each team member to learn a common language and acquire a shared set of research skills without compromising their ability to acquire deep discipline-specific knowledge in specialized areas of chemistry or biology.

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Upcoming Events

Protein acylation-deacylation cycles regulate signaling pathways in cancer and inflammation

09/22/2022 | 4:00 pm | In Person
Professor Hening Lin, Cornell University
Trainee Host: Andrew Rice, Mitchell Lab

18th Annual CBI Symposium

10/21/2022 | 4:00 pm | In Person
Professor Debora Marks, Harvard University
Trainee Host: Jesse Horne, Shukla lab

TBD

12/25/2022 | 4:00 pm | In Person
Professor Thomas Gajewski, University of Chicago
Trainee Host: Hashni Epa Vidana Gamage​, Nelson Lab
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