The philosophy of the Biology Department is to create an environment in which many areas of biology are represented, and interactions with a diverse group of colleagues provide opportunities to broaden your thinking and make connections between different fields and scientific approaches.
Jeffrey Good, Ph.D., University of Montana
Adaptation to environmental change is central to the origin and persistence of species. Mismatches between the timing of key life history events and optimal environmental conditions have emerged as an important…
Gustavo Martínez-Mekler , Instituto de Ciencias Físicas and Centro de Ciencias de la Complejidad, UNAM
Fertilization is one of the fundamental processes of living systems. Here I will address marine external fertilization and comment on recent work on mammals. I will show experiments that substantiate that sea urchin…
Michael Hochberg, Ph.D. | University of Montpellier, Santa Fe Institute
Evolutionary theory explains why metazoan species are largely protected against the negative fitness effects of cancers. Nevertheless, cancer is observed across a range of species and…
For more than 20 years, Dr. Ingrid Waldron, Dr.
David Roos and Colleagues Awarded Large, Continuing NIH Contract for Big Data in Biomedical Research
Over the past two decades, research in the Roos laboratory has pioneered the integration of diverse large-scale datasets to explore eukar