Welcome to the Biophysics Program
The Biophysics program began in the early 1990's to prepare students for graduate programs at the interface of biology and physics. The program requirements expose students to basic techniques in biology, physics, and mathematics. Students completing this program typically go on to graduate programs in biology, physics, and medical school.
For additional information please contact Dr. George Marcus (ISC228A, 585-245-5197, firstname.lastname@example.org).
What is Biophysics?
Biophysics is a broadly and variably defined topic. All definitions are subject to definer bias. Perhaps the best way for us to deal with this field is to say that it's anything that includes overlap between the fields of biology and physics. The scale for these interactions range from the very small (e.g., biochemical dynamics) to the large (e.g., do elephants actually run?). You might check out various faculty and their interests to get a feeling for the breadth of folks here at SUNY Geneseo.
ISC360, 1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
Phone: (585) 245-5197