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Congratulations to Jimiane Ashe from the Wilson Lab, who has been awarded a NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement grant for her project, "Isolating a Mechanism for Microbial-Host Local Adaptation", to support research investigating the relationship between adaptive immunity and environmental microbes in New Zealand seahorses.
Congratulations to Mahmoud Abouelkheir, a high school student working in the Biais Lab, who received second prize in the Annual High School Poster Competition at Saint Joseph's College.
Congratulations to Amna Aslam, a BCStep student working in the Saxena Lab, who received second prize in the Annual High School Poster Competition at Saint Joseph's College.
Congratulations to Hufsa Tasnim, a high school student working in the Schvarzstein Lab, who received second prize in the Junior Mathematics, Science and Humanities Symposium at York College.
Congratulations to Jonathan Perelmuter from the Forlano Lab, who received the Otto Kinne award for Best Student Presentation in Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry at the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology in New Orleans.
Congratulations to Naomi Lewandowksi from the Basil Lab, who received an NSF EAPSI grant, "Human impacts on squid reproductive behavior in coral reefs: field and laboratory studies", to perform research in the laboratory of Yuzuru Ikeda at the University of the Ryukyus in Okinawa, Japan this summer.
The Biais Lab, together with colleagues from Simon Fraser University and Dartmouth College, published an article in PLoS Pathogens demonstrating that toxin-coregulated pili of the human pathogen Vibrio cholera exert physical forces essential for infection - Read more here.
The Biais Lab, together with colleagues from the Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems, published a mathematical model in the New Journal of Physics describing how pili mediate the movement and interaction of bacterial cells - Read profiles of this research here and here.
Discover the living world around you as you prepare for top research careers in biology.
Whether you want to be a marine biologist, microbiologist or zoologist, or work on making green biofuels — or any of more than a dozen other careers — you will find our Biology Department an exciting, supportive environment in which to broaden your knowledge, hone your skills and perform cutting-edge research. Our faculty possess a wide variety of interests and have active careers in laboratory-based research at the national and international level. They obtain federal grants for their research and publish and present their findings around the world. You will assist with their research in our on-campus labs as they mentor you in their specialties, equipping you with critical knowledge and understanding of the biological sciences.
Department Chairperson: Jennifer Basil
Undergraduate Deputy: Theodore Muth
Location: 200 Ingersoll Hall Extension