The MIT Undergraduate Biochemistry Association (MUBA) was created to fill the void derived from the lack of a formal major in biochemistry.
Since there is no unifying biochemistry major, undergraduates with an interest in this diverse field can be found in many different departments - chemistry, biology, brain and cognitive sciences, chemical engineering, bioengineering and physics, just to name a few. Besides serving as an academic resource for these students, MUBA also functions as a social outlet through which undergraduates with similar interests can meet.
On this website, you can find information about upcoming MUBA events, research opportunities, and biochemistry course advice.
To be added to our email list or for any questions or comments, please email the exec board at muba-exec at mit.edu.
Welcome To Our Website
MUBA's goal is to strengthen the undergraduate experience in biochemistry at MIT by serving to inform students about the educational and research opportunities that exist on campus, to provide professional advice, and to provide an outlet for professional outreach.