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The mission of the Arizona Undergraduate Affiliate Network/Biochemistry Club is as follows: 1) To provide the community, especially middle school and high school students, with exposure to opportunities in scientific research and careers in science. 2) To provide its members with opportunities that allow its members to be engaged and successful members of the University's scientific community. 3) To provide its members with resources that will make them successful in pursuing education beyond their undergraduate career. 4) To provide a community amongst Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics majors. 5) To host the Biology Engineering Chemistry Undergraduate Research Conference (BECUR) annually. 6) Serve as the University of Arizona Chapter of the Undergraduate Affiliate Network (UAN) of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.



Club/Organization Name

Arizona Undergraduate Affiliate Network /Biochemistry Club

President Name

Wesley Cai

President Email
Treasurer Name

Cheryl Cheah

Treasurer Email
Advisor Name

Dr. James T. Hazzard

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Meeting Location

Koffler Room 540

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biochemistry, undergraduate affiliate network, biology, mcb, molecular and cellular biology, chemistry, engineering, biochem

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The Biochem club is a branch of the Undergraduate Affiliate Network of the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB).