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.
Biology department Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) workshops provide the opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to discuss a variety of teaching topics and pedagogy with faculty in our department.…
Hollie Putnam, Ph.D., University of Rhode Island
Dr. Hollie M. Putnam, Assistant Professor, University of Rhode Island, Department of Biological Sciences
The swiftly changing climate presents a challenge to organismal fitness by creating a mismatch between…
Marc Johnson, Ph.D., University of Toronto
Urban areas represent the fastest growing ecosystem on earth, in which the development of cities dramatically changes the biotic and abiotic environment to create novel ecosystems. Despite the importance of…
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