The Department of Biology provides training for both undergraduate and graduate students. The strongest areas of training in the program are in Animal Behavior, Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology, Computational Biology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Neurobiology, Physiology, and Plant Biotechnology. In addition, the Department is closely affiliated with other divisions such as the School of Medicine and the Case School of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. Cooperative programs outside of Case, including the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, and the Holden Arboretum allow for students to have a variety of resources at hand. Research in the department is primarily conducted in one of three focus areas: Cell and Developmental Biology, Neurobiology and Neuromechanical Systems, or Evolution and Ecology. This focus framework allows faculty to build on common research interests. Mentored teaching and research programs with faculty and students foster a strong educational environment in the Department.
Emily Hamburg-Shields Thesis Seminar, Thursday, August 28, 2014
“Roles of beta-catenin in dermal fibrosis”
DeGrace Hall, 312 at 4:15pm
Mayflies are everywhere in Cleveland right now! Biology Assistant Professor Jessica Fox gives an interview to Channel 5 news about these swarms – click here to watch and learn!
James Zull remembers when a single chain separated Western Reserve University and the Case Institute of Technology. The chain was a futile effort to create an illusion of separation.
People often stepped right over it to visit someone at the other university, showing that, from the outset, the two institutions were entwined. (read more)