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Biology is one of the most popular undergraduate programs at Rochester.
Our graduate program is designed to foster advanced biological research.
We unify the academic and research strengths of the University and its Medical Center.
- September 25, 12:00 p.m.
Dr. Carole LaBonne
“Stem cells, gene regulatory networks, and the evolution of vertebrates”Hutchison Hall, Lander Auditorium
- September 26, 7:00 p.m.
Dr. John Treanor
"Prospects for a Universal Flu Vaccine"Pittsford Barnes & Noble, Upstairs Common Room
- September 29, 3:00 p.m.
Dr. Jeffrey Wyatt
“The repatriated lake sturgeon, a novel bioindicator of persistent chemical contaminants in the Genesee River”Hutchison 316
September 21, 2017
Larracuente, who is also the Stephen Biggar ’92 and Elisabeth Asaro ’92 Fellow in Data S ...
September 13, 2017
Because anticancer drugs are designed to kill growing cells, they also affect normal, fast-growing c ...
July 21, 2017
At the height of his career, only a half dozen other researchers in North America shared William Muc ...
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Our primary project involves Nasonia, tiny parasitoid (insects that parasitize other insects) wasps which are found throughout the globe, and which I admittedly had no idea existed until joining the Werren Lab.... Read more >
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