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​Welcome to the DEPARTMENT OF

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

​UND​ERGRADUATEGRADUATE​


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Early Career Grant

NIH award supports ​Prof. Aimee Jaramillo-Lambert​'s research into formation of sperm, egg cells
 

Immersed in research

Summer program offers opportunity for students to work in cancer center
 

Vitamin B12 and Alzheimer's

A UD study with worms provides intriguing results
 
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100%
of students with a Bachelor's of Science in Biology are employed or pursuing further education
900+
Undergraduates majoring in Biological Sciences
100%
of students with a M.S. or Ph.D. in Biological Sciences are employed in industry or academia
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Wh​y UD Biology? 

  • ​​​​​​​​​Join our faculty and 900+ Biology majors who work together in class, class labs, and mentored research projects.

  • Learn with fellow students in student organizations and study abroad

  • Develop your skills in critical thinking and reasoning, and your understanding of the natural world and the complexity and beauty of science.​



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FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

Aimee Jaramillo-Lambert

Aimee Jaramillo-Lambert, Assistant Professor of Biology, has received a $2 million R35 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study chromosome shape and distribution in meiosis of sperm and eggs. The formation of sperm and eggs with the wrong number of chromosomes, or with misshapen chromosomes, are key contributing factors to infertility, miscarriages, and birth defects in humans.