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The Chemistry-Biology Interface Training Program (CBIP) at The Ohio State University is an interdisciplinary predoctoral training program, partially supported by the National Institutes of Health. Our goal is to train PhD scientists who are well versed in both chemistry and biology fields, including chemists with significant training in biology, biologists with a greatly enhanced chemistry background, and chemical biologists who have in-depth training in both areas.

To achieve this goal, CBIP brings together faculty members and graduate students from four participating units in three degree-granting programs at OSU:

The CBIP is administrated by an executive committee consisting of the following members:

Professor Dehua Pei, Director
Professor T. V. RajanBabu, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Professor Karl Werbovetz, College of Pharmacy
Professor Jill Rafael-Fortney, Ohio State Biochemistry Program
Becca Elder, Program Manager