The Department of Biophysics at the Medical College of Wisconsin is dedicated to quality in research and graduate and postdoctoral training. The research interests of our faculty are broadly based, with strong programs in:
- Free radicals and nitric oxide
- Spin-labeling and protein structure
- Paramagnetic metal ions: A structural determination of active sites
- EPR instrumentation
- Functional MRI (fMRI)
- Molecular imaging
- Research on drugs of abuse
- Statistical methods in fMRI
May 15 - $6 million grant funds National EPR Center headed by James Hyde PhD
May 10 - Recipients of the Milwaukee Business Journal's Eureka Award were honored at a luncheon at the Pfister on May 10. Dr. James Hyde was presented with an award for his his pioneering work to develop and apply magnetic resonance in biomedicine. View a photo of Dr. Hyde receiving the award, plus some additional photos of the event.
April 24 - Dr. Chris Felix, Scientific Administrator in Biophysics, has been acknowledged for his role as an advisor in the development of the Office of Research's new website
March 25 - James Hyde, PhD wins Milwaukee Business Journal's 2013 Eureka Award
Dr. James Hyde, Professor of Biophysics, received the award recognizing his creativity, innovation, and contributions to high technology.
March 22 - Brian Dranka, PhD wins outstanding poster award at National Postdoctoral Association meeting
Postdoctoral fellow Brian Dranka won the award for his poster, A Case Study for Policy Change.
View the Biophysics News Archive