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Graduate Seminars & Journal Clubs

Research & Methods Seminars


  • Location: Basic Sciences Building (BSB), Room 355
  • Schedule: The second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 12 p.m.
  • Full Research & Methods schedule
  • Description: Graduate students and postdoctoral students from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology present a research in progress seminar, with pizza provided.
  • Organizer: Vamsi Gangaraju,

MCBP Seminars


  • Location: Bioengineering Building (BE), Room 112
  • Schedule: Thursdays at 12 pm
  • Full MCBP seminar schedule
  • Description: The MCBP external seminar series invites leading scientists to present their work on a broad range of topics. Hosted by MCBP, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology.
  • Organizer: Visu Palanisamy,

Student Science Club

  • Location: Basic Sciences Building (BSB), Room 560
  • Schedule: The second Friday of each month at 4:00 pm
  • Description: Graduate students in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology take turns presenting various workshop or science-related topics of their choice in an informal setting, followed by additional discussion over “happy hour”.
  • Organizer: David Long,  

RNA Club

  • Location: Basic Sciences Building (BSB), Room 560
  • Schedule: The fourth Thursday of each month at 2 pm
  • Description: Faculty, postdocs, and students from all over MUSC meet to share data, discuss projects, review publications, and establish collaborations. Topics are centered on different aspects of RNA biology and posttranscriptional control of gene expression with a special emphasis on the role they play in the development of human disease.
  • Organizer: Je-Hyun Yoon,

Additional Seminar & Event Schedules