Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB)


Realize your scientific aspirations in an academic program that trains future biochemists and molecular biologists to think at the highest scientific level and contribute to breakthroughs that will battle disease and save lives. Wright State’s biochemistry and molecular biology major offers you a terrific start toward achieving those goals.

You will benefit from active learning, student-centered teaching strategies. Your development will be encouraged through the generation of learning portfolios, one-on-one faculty engagement, and hands-on research opportunities.

Faculty members and student peers will help increase your academic knowledge, enhance your social and teamwork skills, and give you valuable research- and nonresearch-related growth experiences. If you plan to pursue pre-med or other pre-health studies, this program offers you a strong foundation.

Degrees and Programs

Success Stories

Christina Davis, a biochemistry and molecular biology major, works as a research assistant at the Air Force Research Laboratory.
Marquise Crosby, a senior biochemistry and molecular biology major, works as a lab assistant at Wright-Patterson in the Soft Matter Branch of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate.

Department News

Lab learners

Wright State partners with several organizations to give high school students a taste of biomanufacturing
The first Dayton bioManufacturing Awareness and Discovery Experience (DaytonMADE) camp took place at Wright State University.

Wright State honors researchers at inaugural Excellence in Grantsmanship awards

The Excellence in Grantsmanship awards celebrate Wright State faculty who have been awarded more than $1 million in funding over the past five years.

A ‘gem’ of a team takes silver in Paris

Students on Wright State’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team earned a silver medal at a worldwide synthetic biology research project competition.

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