BSMB
 

At Biomolecular Structure and Mechanism at Berkeley (BSMB), we study the molecular structures and mechanisms of a wide variety of biological processes, using experimental techniques that include X-ray crystallography, NMR, electron microscopy and single-molecule approaches. BSMB researchers work in the disciplines of biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology and enzymology. We are members of the departments of Bioengineering, Chemistry, MCB and/or Physics, and are part of the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3). In addition, many of us have formal connections with the Physical Biosciences and/or Life Sciences divisions of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL).

Faculty
Tom Alber
James Berger
Carlos Bustamante
Jamie Cate
Jennifer Doudna
Dan Fletcher
Bob Glaeser
Sung-Hou Kim
Bryan Krantz
John Kuriyan
Jan Liphardt
Susan Marqusee
Eva Nogales
David Wemmer
Haw Yang
Seminars
ALS, LBNL
Bioengineering
Chemistry
Life Sciences, LBNL
MCB
PBD, LBNL (Synthetic Biology)
Physics
QB3

 

Graduate Programs
Bioengineering
Biophysics
Chemical Biology
Chemistry
Molecular and Cell Biology
Physics
Resources & Facilities
Berkeley Center for Structural Biology (LBNL)
Berkeley Structural Genomics Center (LBNL)
Computational Crystallography Initative (LBNL)
DNA Sequencing (MCB)
Electron Microscope Lab (Bio)
Mass Spectrometry (Bio)
Mass Spectrometry (QB3/Chem)
Scientific Visualization Center (Bio)