Majors & Minors
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.
- "Coordination of cell adhesion and cytoskeletal reorganization to drive collective cell migration in vivo"February 9, 2023 — 3:30 p.m.Wegmans Hall, 1400, Auditorium
- "Lysosomal biology in health and disease"February 13, 2023 — NoonHutchison, 140, Lander Auditorium
- "The Epigenetic Road to High-society: plasticity of caste identity and longevity in ants"February 16, 2023 — 3:30 p.m.Wegmans Hall, 1400, Auditorium
Undergraduate students on Rochester’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team ...
Maria Castaño, a third-year PhD student at the University of Rochester in the lab of Al Uy, a p ...
Associate Professor in the Department of Biology Anne S. Meyer is collaborating with Marine Microbio ...
Keep up on all that's new from the Department of Biology through our department newsletter.
The ethics of dark tourism
Julia Granato crisscrossed Europe to study human bone collection and display sites. Now she’s pondering what it means to display and visit human remains.Continue Reading
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
The Department of Biology is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We believe it is our responsibility to redress inequities present in our department and to foster a community in which every member feels welcome, safe, and appreciated.