Research

The Department of Biology includes a core of federally funded, research active faculty dedicated to the training of undergraduate and graduate (including Ph.D.) students, postdoctoral researchers, and research assistant professors, towards the aim of publishing high level papers that advance scientific understanding. Core research areas include computational evolutionary genomics, ecology, cellular/molecular biology (including biophysics), and cellular/molecular neuroscience. Biology also hosts a number of exciting and innovative facilities, Centers, and Institutes. We encourage you to explore their websites and contact their members.

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  1. Institutes and Centers
  2. Facilities
  3. Groups
  4. Google Scholar