Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Biochemistry and Cell Biology is the study of the chemical reactions and cellular structures within all living organisms. It includes the omics sciences, structural biology, systems biology and advances in the micro characterisation of cells. Biochemistry and Cell Biology approaches provide novel understanding of how humans, plants and animals respond to disease, changing environmental conditions and nutrition.
UWA is leading ground breaking research towards understanding the physical and metabolic changes in these organisms that will have significant impacts from medicine to agriculture. Particular strengths include research into the protein content of cells, the reactions they carry out and how to alter their function.
At UWA Biochemistry and Cell Biology is taught by leading researchers from the Schools of Molecular Sciences and Human Sciences. UWA also houses a number of world leading research institutes and centres inbiochemistry and cell biology including the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology and the Centre for Genetic Origins of Health and Disease.
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