Hi there I'm a biochemistry major third year because I'm interested in biology but wanted to have a firm grounding in the physical sciences. Admittingly, the grounding is rather superficial with biochemistry which is why I am trying to supplement with as many physical science and math classes as I can. Although I respect chemistry as a fine science I don't feel like going into it myself. I was thinking instead of going into biophysics with a strong math emphasis. I want to work on the intersection of math, physics, and biology. Biophysics still seems like a vague and broad subject so I was thinking of limiting myself to molecular biophysics which seems to be making more progess. Is biophysics still a strong subject or is it lacking behind other sciences like molecular biology and biochemistry? Also just how much math and physics do biophysicists learn? I'd like to learn as much as I can.