Introducing BioGenesis

MIT Biology and Whitehead Institute have launched “BioGenesis,” a new podcast highlighting graduate students and their origin stories.

Introducing BioGenesis

MIT Biology and Whitehead Institute have launched “BioGenesis,” a new podcast highlighting graduate students and their origin stories.

Broadening Participation

Our outreach programs seek to make the field of science more inclusive by sharing MIT’s intellectual wealth and cutting-edge resources.

Graduate Students

Graduate training is interdisciplinary, collaborative, and intense, giving our students the research and communication skills they need for a successful career. Our faculty share a deep commitment to education for all students.

The protein TRAF6, decomposed into its reoccurring structural patterns. Credit: Protein Data Bank and Keating lab.

Research

For over 50 years, we have played a central role in the growth of molecular life sciences and the revolution in molecular and cellular biology, genetics, genomics, and computational biology.

A cell as it divides. Credit: Kristin Knouse PhD ’17, Amon lab.

Research

For over 50 years, we have played a central role in the growth of molecular life sciences and the revolution in molecular and cellular biology, genetics, genomics, and computational biology.

Introducing BioGenesis

MIT Biology and Whitehead Institute have launched “BioGenesis,” a new podcast highlighting graduate students and their origin stories.

Learn, Discover, Innovate

We are a collaborative, inclusive, diverse, supportive, and focused community dedicated to research, teaching, and service. We explore a wide range of fundamental biological questions with a focus on molecular cell biology at all levels, from molecular structure to human disease. Join us.

Undergraduate Students

Our undergraduate students thrive in an atmosphere that promotes exploration and collaboration across all areas of research and study. Our professors have an infectious passion for instruction and strive to teach each course better than it’s ever been taught before.