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.
Amanda Larracuente Ph.D., University of Rochester
Centromeres are among the most rapidly evolving regions of genomes, despite their conserved and essential role in chromosome segregation. Rapidly evolving centromeres can drive karyotype evolution and speciation.…
First-year Graduate Students
Join the graduate students in Tedori Auditorium for a series of rapid-fire presentations. The first year cohort will be presenting on the research they have completed during their first round of lab rotations
Enfu Hui, Ph.D., University of California San Diego
T cell mediated tumor destruction is restricted by trans-interactions between immune checkpoint receptors and their ligands. Checkpoint inhibitors have demonstrated impressive clinical activities against some human…
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