Location Change

We're moving! We've had a few new students register for Boot Camp, and we're changing locations to give us additional space. The new location will be Swalm 200.

If you've never been to Swalm, check out the map on this page; Swalm is located northwest of Hand Lab, right next door, and room 200 is is located on the northwest end of the second floor, through a set of double doors.

All registered participants will be notified by email, and signs will be posted on Wednesday to help you find the room.


Final Program

You can download the final program for Biochemistry Boot Camp 2018 here. Starting next week, lecture slides and session materials will be also be available. Please contact Dr. Fitzkee if you have any questions or concerns, and please watch this site for any last-minute updates.


Boot Camp Registration Now Open!

It's time for another year of Biochemistry Boot Camp! This year's session is scheduled for June 6-8 and will tentatively be held in Hand Lab room 3336. Registration is free - to register, please contact Nick Fitzkee with your name, department and academic year (grad/undergrad). Off campus guests are welcome, and if you're coming from out of town, please let us know that as well.


Boot Camp 2017 Final Program and Travel Details

The Biochemistry Boot Camp 2017 final program is now available at the link below. In addition, because of the number of travelers this year, we have also included a campus map and a list of parking instructions.

Note that there has been is a room change: We are now hosting Boot Camp in Hand Lab Room 1144.  The program below is updated to reflect this, and the maps highlight the correct building. A google map showing hand lab is available here.


Bootcamp Registration and Preliminary Program

Regstration for Biochemistry Boot Camp 2017 is now open!  To register, simply send an email to Dr. Nick Fitzkee (contact info) with your name and contact information. Registration is free, but because limited space preference will be given to students who have not participated in the program before. Undergraduates, graduate students, and even high school students are welcome and encouraged to participate.



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