I have been looking at graduate schools for biophysics and have found that some schools offer a PhD program for biophysics (often times in the biology or chemistry departments) and others offer a PhD in physics (physics department) with an emphasis in biophysics. I am wondering what the differences might be. Also, will this make a difference when applying for jobs in industry/academia? For example, would someone with a PhD in biophysics have an equal chance at an assistant professorship in a physics department as someone with a PhD in physics w/ emphasis? And would a PhD in physics w/ emphasis have an equal shot compared to someone with PhD in biophysics when applying to a biotech job? Insight much appreciated!