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Undergraduate Research
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Education Programs
Chemical Biology Interface (CBI), Certificate Program in Chemical Biology,Chemical Biology Association of Students (CBAS), Summer Undergraduate Research (REU), and Student Resources


Research spans a broad range of interests and is characterized by interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches.
The VICB boasts over 70 faculty members, with appointments in 18 departments.
Core Facilities
The VICB has some of the most
comprehensive and state-of-the-art support core facilities in the nation.
The Scripps Research Institute
Vanderbilt / Leipzig University
Vanderbilt Center for Antibiotic Discovery


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Vanderbilt Scientists Discover Potential New Way to Treat Anxiety — August 6, 2013

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Research in the World of Chemical Biology


Channel Drug Restores Glucose Balance

— April 16, 2014

Anthrax Bacteria’s Signaling Systems— April 15, 2014

Rosenthal Wins 2014 SEC Faculty Achievement Award

— April 11, 2014

VU Plans Academic Venture Fund— April 1, 2014

From R&D to Rx — April 1, 2014

A New Way to Make Drugs— March 20, 2014

Small Molecule Protects Kidney Filters

— March 20, 2014

Caprioli Leads$16.5 Million Effort to Determine How

Toxic Agents Affect Human Cells
— March 3, 2014


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