The Center for Metalloenzyme Studies

The University of Georgia recognized the importance of studying the roles of metals in biology and medicine by establishing the multidisciplinary Center for Metalloenzyme Studies in 1986. The CMS is an inter-departmental center of excellence that consists of numerous University of Georgia faculty from various disciplines and departments (Chemistry, Microbiology, and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology), all of whom have research interests in the study of metals in biology or medicine. The mission of the CMS is to conduct state-of-the-art research in the provision of interdisciplinary training for the next generation of biological scientists. The CMS provides a stimulating multidisciplinary environment for graduate studies and we invite you to take advantage of our training expertise to get your research career off to a flying start. If your interests lie in bioinorganic chemistry, metallobiochemistry, or metals in medicine, the CMS is uniquely suited for you.

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