West Virginia Ph.D. in Biochemistry on-Campus Doctorate Programs
Campus-based biochemistry doctorate programs help prepare students for different roles by providing them with advanced skills and knowledge in the field.
Biochemists—and biophysicists—study chemical and physical attributes of living things and biological processes like growth, heredity and cell development. Biochemistry professionals use advanced technologies to conduct experiments and analyses—including computer modeling software, electron microscopes and lasers. They may work in both basic research (to expand human knowledge) and applied research, in which the intent is to solve a specific problem.
Find local college campuses offering Doctorate Programs in Biochemistry such as an on-campus Ph.D. Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology, a Ph.D. in Chemistry and Biochemistry, a Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Biology Doctorate, and an on-campus Biochemistry and Biophysics Ph.D. below.
- Morgantown, WVMorgantown, WV
West Virginia University
The Department of Biochemistry currently accepts three or four Ph.D. candidates per year, with a total of 12 to 16 students enrolled at any one time.