Kirsten Guss, associate professor of biology and John R. & Inge Paul Stafford Chair in Bioinformatics, discusses genetics and the innovational nature of bioinformatics.
Former biology major Jamie Bugel ’13 followed her interest in nutrition to become director of the Dane County Farmers’ Market in Madison, Wis., the largest producer-only market in the country.
Biology majors to join Peace Corps, enter the medical field and pursue graduate school.
Assistant Professor of Biology Crystal Reynaga was recently awarded a grant to study how frogs and toads navigate complex environments.
John Mather will receive Dickinson’s annual Joseph Priestley Award.
With leukemia in the crosshairs, two Dickinson professors will spend two years training students for a future in medicine and biomedical research.
“Studying immunology in the midst of the COVID pandemic has made for especially relevant lessons,” says Galil Cohen ’23, a biochemistry & molecular biology major and a Red Devil soccer player.
Inspired by granddaughter Laney Herndon '22, Albert '60 and Virginia Alley established a program to make health-focused service trips available to students planning related careers.
Meet Daniel Yamoah ’23, a multiple-scholarship awardee who's preparing for a career as a physician through student-faculty research and opportunities made possible by the Dickinson alumni network.
Jack Drda '24 has interned at a hospital and has researched rare plant species, the effects of invasive species on trees and a little-known autoinflammatory disorder.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.
Eleven students researched end-of-life issues and care in the Netherlands during spring break. What they learned was surprising, and it may enhance their future lives and careers.
Graduating seniors secure jobs at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Columbia University Irving Medical Center and are accepted to graduate schools across the country.
“I wanted to be part of an institution where sustainability is at the forefront,” says Kay Davis-Lorton ’23. Learn more about why she chose Dickinson and why her semester abroad was "amazing."
"I’m giving because I want to make sure someone else gets the same type of education that I had."
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