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The Department's buildings are currently open for wet laboratory work only. We have carried out a comprehensive COVID-19 risk assessment process and have introduced a number of new measures to ensure the safety of our staff, including reduced building occupancy, strict social distancing, 'family'-based working, and increased cleaning and hygiene regimes. All staff who can work remotely will do so for the foreseeable future. Please continue to contact us by email until further notice.

Department of Biochemistry

 
A postgraduate student receiving practical training.

Biochemistry postgraduate students will each join and fully participate in a research laboratory associated with their primary supervisor. All students will further participate in the following:

  • Advanced techniques lectures and workshops,

  • Peer research group fortnightly meetings to network, and to discuss and present research progress with colleagues,

  • Postgraduate Thesis Panel meetings comprising three independent academics to monitor and discuss your progress,

  • Quarterly and Annual Progress Reports to plan and track all facets of your postgraduate education and development,

  • Weekly seminars and an annual PhD Symposium.

 

In addition to the development of skills in the core steps of scientific research, students will also develop skills in:

  • Sourcing, assessing and critically evaluating scientific literature,

  • Time, data and resource management,

  • Collaborative and interpersonal professional behaviour,

  • Leadership.

Contact details

Postgraduate Administration Office  Postgraduate Administration Office

Telephone  +44 (0)1223 766025

Email  pg-entry@bioc.cam.ac.uk

 

'Experience Postgrad Life Sciences' internship programme at the University of Cambridge

Experience Postgrad Life Sciences

Enhancing diversity among life scientists of the future.