Biological Sciences: The wonder and complexity of life on Earth. The beauty of DNA
structure and function, the intricate communication between cells, tissues and organs,
the exquisite nature of living organisms and how they interact with and create our
environment. We study the structure, function, development, origin, evolution and
diversity of living organisms from molecules to ecosystems to better understand the
world we live in. Discover our research and study programs!
Congratulations to the Strattman Lab
Johannes Stratmann’s lab just published "Survey of Sensitivity to Fatty Acid-Amino
Acid Conjugates in the Solanaceae” in the Journal of Chemical Ecology -
Publication Link. "‘FAC group’ at work in the Stratmann lab (Yaw Nkrumah, Leighton Jacobus, Khalilah
Logan, Laquita Grissett, and Zoei Mensching).”
Caption - ‘FAC group’ at work in the Stratmann lab (Yaw Nkrumah, Leighton Jacobus,
Khalilah Logan, Laquita Grissett, and Zoei Mensching).
Congratulations to Professor David Reisman
Congratulations to Professor David Reisman who was awarded a grant, entitled "Mechanism
of Action of a p53 Intron-encoded lncRNA in Myeloid Leukemia Cell Differentiation”,
from the the Children's Leukemia Research Association!
Congratulations to Bob Friedman
Bob Friedman published "Neuronal Morphology and Synapse Count in the Nematode Worm”
in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience (
Congratulations to Jeff Twiss’s research group
Congratulations to Jeff Twiss’s research group who received a $1,320,000, 3 year grant
award from the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Medical Research Foundation entitled
"Targeting Axonal Mechanisms For Supporting Neural Repair & Function”.