Advising & Support
Earning a PhD is a daunting task and it is imperative that you have a strong support system. We have dedicated staff and resources to keep you on a path to success.
As leaders in their fields, our faculty are well-suited to guide you in your research endeavors. Your research advisor will support you in scientific, professional, and academic pursuits.
The Advisory Committee is a standing committee of 3 BCBP faculty members that will guide pre-candidacy students in rotation selections, choice of elective coursework and journal club, and formation of a thesis committee. The advising of graduate students is handled through the Advisory Committee.
Thesis Committees, comprised of 3–4 faculty members, bring a diverse range of scientific expertise, giving you well-rounded scientific and career advice. In addition, they help cultivate a healthy and professional relationship between you and your research advisor.
The BCBP Graduate Office is led by Prof. Jean-Philippe Pellois, Associate Head of the Graduate Program, and comprises three committees: Advisory, Admissions, and Outreach & Recruiting. The graduate office provides support for all BCBP graduate students. All questions about program protocols should be directed to Prof. Jean-Philippe Pellois.
Biochemistry Graduate Association (BGA)
Established in 1992, the Biochemistry Graduate Association (BGA) seeks to improve the welfare and educational experience of BCBP graduate students.
The BGA sponsors a variety of professional and social activities to provide professional development, community outreach, and networking opportunities.
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