Former biology major Eric Johns ’09 aids patients in their recuperation as an acute rehabilitation physical therapist for Penn Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine.
Student-faculty research zeroes in on horn flies, a costly pest for America’s farmers.
Biology students examine a staged crime scene to explore a wide array of scientific fields.
UCLA’s Dr. Dale Bredesen will lecture on new approaches to treat Alzheimer’s.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and the Peace Corps.
Graduating seniors admitted to graduate programs at Rutgers University, Bucknell University and Drexel University.
Dickinson earns a grant from Highmark Blue Shield to train first responders and the public on how to better care for those wounded during active-shooter and mass-casualty events.
As an EcoRep, Ilana Zeitzer ’19 helps others to live sustainably. She recently took that mission to a new level and was recognized by an international nonprofit for her work.
Michael Snyder, an expert in genetics, will deliver a lecture at Dickinson discussing how new technologies have opened up the possibility of personalized medicine.
Biology major Nick Long ’19 is driven to make a tangible impact in marine conservation and environmental issues.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Nik Tsotakos teaches cell and molecular biology and is eager to launch student-faculty research projects on kidney biology.
As a research assistant at Friday Harbor Laboratories, Caroline Gillespie '18 worked alongside fellow Dickinsonians analyzing the effects of ocean acidification.
Professor of Biology Tom Arnold examines how to protect and preserve a valuable natural resource in a new review resulting from a three-year EPA-funded project.
A Discovery Channel special features biology professors Scott Boback and Chuck Zwemer conducting an experiment based on some of the work highlighted in this story, originally published in 2016.
Dickinsonians are conducting complex neurological research that undergraduates rarely get to do and that could have implications far beyond the lab.
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