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Center for Metals in Biological Systems (cMBS)

Mission and Objectives

To provide a center of expertise in metals in natural and synthetic materials focused on structure-function relationships and the development of new applications.

To foster the generation and dissemination of scientific knowledge focused on metals in natural and synthetic materials.

To enhance research collaborations, education, and training for students, research associates, postdoctoral fellows and faculty through greater interaction with local educational and research institutions, and governmental agencies.

Advance Your Understanding of Metal Ions In Biological Systems

The cMBS is an interdisciplinary organization of faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, graduate, and undergraduate students from the Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Biological Sciences.

Research Infrastructure

The Center for Metals in Biological Systems seeks to provide an exciting and stimulating learning environment to advance the understanding of the diverse roles and applications of metal ions in biological systems. More information about the Research Infrastructure »

Annual Symposium on Metals in Biological Systems

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Register for the Ninth Annual Mini-Symposium on Metals in Biological Systems to be held December 6, 2013 at the Maurice Falk Lecture Hall, Mellon Hall of Science, Duquesne University.

Schedule of Events

Prior Symposia

Symposium on Metals in Biological Systems (2012)
Symposium on Metals in Biological Systems (2011)

Contact Information

For more information, call 412.396.6340 or 412.396.6332.
To register, contact: http://www.duq.edu/chemistry/biometals-registration.cfm
There is no cost for registration, but it is required for organizational purposes.