Department of Biology

Biology identityThe Department of Biology investigates a wide range of research questions across the vast disciplines of the biological sciences. Our interdisciplinary faculty have research interests in areas ranging from single cells to entire systems and questions ranging from why we need sex to the origin of diseases at the cellular level. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our outstanding faculty and their research.

  • Conura Albifrons image submitted by the Andrew Forbes Lab.
  • Photo of Karmen Mah, an iBio Ph.D. student, performing research in the Weiner Lab.
  • Neurons in the cerebral cortex of trangenic mice, provided by the Weiner Lab.
  • C. elegans under a microscope, provided by the Smolikove Lab.
  • Photo of the skywalk that connects Biology Building East (BBE) to the Biology Building (BB).
  • GFP+ Microglia & YFP+ Neurons in P12 mouse neocortex (CX3CR1GFP/+:Thy1-YFP) - Michael Dailey
  • Planning to apply to Graduate Schools of Biomedical Sciences? You are invited to attend the Biomed Virtual Grad School Fair, September 10, 2015.

    Biomed Virtual Grad School Fair

    Planning to apply to Graduate Schools of Biomedical Sciences? You are invited to attend the Biomed Virtual Grad School Fair, September 10, 2015.

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