Category Archives: Alumni Spotlight

Biology Seminar Series

The monthly departmental seminar series is up and running again, with a new speaker coming at the end of each month. Everyone is welcome – including faculty and students from every part of the University. We’re halfway through the speakers … Continue reading

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Alumni spotlight: Jonathan Nicklas ’18

Recent¬† grad Jonathan Nicklas (Biology and Philosophy, 2018) is now a Fellow at the National Institute of Health (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. Highlights from his responses to our questions are below. What do you miss about … Continue reading

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Characterizing Cilia Development

Cilia are microscopic tube-like structures that protrude from cell walls.¬† These finger like projections can assist in the movement of cells throughout their environment, and in some instances assist with the movement of fluids around the cells themselves (this is … Continue reading

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