The UMass Biochemistry Club is a Registered Student Organization (RSO) that is dedicated to providing opportunities to undergraduate students of any major to explore a career in the Life Sciences field. The Club frequently holds peer mentoring events on topics like getting into a research lab and finding an industry internship. They also host guest speakers from biotech and pharmaceutical industries who come to campus to explain how they have made their careers in the life science field. Once each semester the UMass Biochem Club goes on an industrial lab tour, which allows students to see firsthand the types of jobs that will be available to them after graduation from UMass.
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Officers for the 2021-2022 Academic Year
- Co-Presidents: Anna Gorfinkel and Ashley Sheehan
- Vice President: Saida Gamidova
- Treasurer: Fatima Zahoor
- Secretary: Savni Sarolkar
- Communications: Madyson Medeiros
- Eboard Coordinator: Samantha Shultz
- General Eboard: Sarah Tobia and Matheus Rodrigues
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Amy Springer
Activities & Events
- Thursday, Feb 10th @7pm: Spring 2022 Welcome Meeting in ISB 145 and on Zoom
- Friday, Feb 18th: Visit the Holyoke High School to give a presentation on the STEM field, share advice on getting into college, and do some experiments with the students!
- Saturday, Feb 19th: BMB Accepted Students Day! Looking for volunteers to meet with rising freshman accepted into UMass BMB and show them around the lab spaces.
- Thursday, Feb 24th @7pm: BMB Alumni Panel - Come hear from former UMass Biochem students who have had a diverse range of experiences, including applying to medical school, doing clinical research at Boston Children's Hospital, and working in software development at Broad Institute.
- Sunday, March 27th: UMass Destination Day! Looking for volunteers to help answer questions and serve as ambassadors for the biochemistry department. Email email@example.com for more info.
- Thursday, April 21st @7pm: Trivia Night in ILC N101. Dust off your thinking caps and get ready for some very exciting questions about DNA, hemoglobin, science in pop culture, and so much more! Winners will get free merch!
- Monday, April 25th: Visit the Holyoke High School to give a small presentation, followed by a Q&A session to help high school students figure out if they want to pursue a career in science. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.