Biology Seminar Series
Bucknell '09; Ph.D. candidate, dept. of pathophysiology; Univ. of Pennsylvania
The influence of immunological history on the pathogenesis of cutaneous leishmaniasis.
When & where: Trout Auditorium (Vaughan Lit 100) at 12 noon
Biology majors at Bucknell study the very essence of life – from the molecular level to the origin of species.
You'll work with world-renowned professors attempting to find the answers to everything from the death of bats to why humans age. Classroom work is supplemented with lab research and field excursions that give students an intimate view of the lives of working biologists.
Students gain exposure to current scientific issues, theories and practical applications of biology.
Related fields of study available at Bucknell include animal behavior, environmental studies, cell biology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering and neuroscience.
We have a seminar program brings students and faculty together to discuss research in progress or to hear talks by visiting scientists.
Biology majors begin with four core courses: cell and molecular biology, organismal biology, genetics, and population and community. Basic lab techniques are part of these courses.
Our faculty members provide close, personal attention to students in the classroom and in the lab. They are active researchers who often invite students to become involved in their work.
Biology majors can gain career experience through summer internships. Recently, students have interned at:
203 Biology Bldg
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