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Faculty

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Our dynamic and award-winning faculty—from around the globe—mentor tomorrow's scientists, while also conducting research that is highly relevant to today's most significant questions in the biological sciences.

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Research

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The 230,000 sq. ft. Life Sciences Complex and its modern facilities—including a confocal microscope and five climate-controlled greenhouses—provide valuable tools for research and discovery, helping our faculty stay on the cusp of leading developments in the field of biology.

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Academics

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The Biology undergraduate program is top-rate and flexible. Interested undergraduates also have opportunities for research and field work. Biology faculty advisors provide one-on-one guidance to MS and PhD students as they explore and refine their research interests.

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Upcoming Events

Nikhila Krishnan, Ph.D. Student (Hehnly Lab)

Nov 14, 2019, 3:00 PM

106 Life Sciences Complex (Lundgren Room)

Title: Abscission’s Use of Recycling Endosomes and the Centrosome...

Dr. Sami Barmada (University of Michigan)

Feb 24, 2020, 12:00 PM

106 Life Sciences Complex (Lundgren Room)

TITLE: TBA...

Latest News

Hush, Little Baby: Mother Right Whales “Whisper” to Calves

Oct 8, 2019, 12:00 AM

On June 20, a whale researchers had named Punctuation was found dead in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, a busy international shipping channel. Punctuation—so named for her comma-shaped scars—w...

Jason Fridley's Work with Ragweed Featured in a Syracuse Story

Aug 30, 2019, 2:00 PM

The Plant Kingdom’s Invaders, published on Syracuse.edu, features Jason Fridley and his work on how an invasive species may be able to explain more about an environment than native species....