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Sakaluk Lab research
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Marbled crayfish
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Confocal microscope
72 hour old chicken embryo
Student analyzing cricket data

Seminar Schedules

 

Dr. Craig Gatto

Welcome From The Director

Whether you are interested in plants, animals, or microbes, our interdisciplinary and collaborative research groups in the School of Biological Sciences have something for you! From investigations involving interactions at subcellular molecular levels, to function and communication within/between organ systems and organisms, to evolutionary and ecological dynamics of populations, communities and ecosystems, see how ISU can set you on the right career path!

Read about our programs, student and faculty accomplishments, research news, and more in our newest annual newsletter...

Biological Microscopy

Click here for information on our newly updated ISU Advanced Bioimaging Facility

Explore the Campus: New Fell Arboretum Map

ISU's Fell Arboretum is not just a beautiful place to visit, but also a major resource as a living tree and plant "library" for academics, enthusiasts, and the public. Download the PDF map of major tree and plant sites.

Guided Tree and Plant Walks are also available for groups spanning from school children to professional organizations. Don't miss the Fell Arboretum Plant Sale on the first Saturday of each May.

Don't miss the Fell Arboretum Plant Sale on the first Saturday of each May.

Free seminar speakers in Biological Sciences

Opportunities for students interested in graduate school in biology

The School of Biological Sciences, Illinois State University, will pay the way of our faculty to travel to nearby institution to give research seminars. Through these seminars we will make your students aware of opportunities for MS and PhD degrees in our graduate program. For details, follow this link.

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Showcase of Our Student, PostDoc and Faculty Presentations

Neuroscience and Physiology Seminar Series

Kiley Hughes will give a presentation on her research on Friday Feb 21st at noon in Julian Hall 216.

Integrative Biology Seminar

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Tuesday Feb. 18th at noon in SLB 121 Alison Fowler will give a presentation on her research - "Diet mediates interactions between bumble bee host and gut parasite".

Cellular and Molecular Biology Seminar Series

Feb. 19th at noon in SLB 121 Lexi Majewski will speak on "Determining the relationship between aging and stress: Generating and comparing protein-protein interaction networks of Drosophila p38b under varying age and stress conditions.".

SBS Graduate students and faculty

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