Faculty Research

Polar research
 Bacterial attacking cell
 Fluorescent viruses
 Fraction collection
Column chromatography
Graduate student research
Graduate student research
 Culture plates
Undergraduate researcher

Our faculty members have diverse research interests, ranging from the analysis of virulence factors at the genetic, structural, and functional levels to the exploration of Antarctic algae and mechanisms of methane production. They are involved in both discovery and creation of new knowledge as well as the development and implementation of new teaching methodologies. Our faculty members research interests fall into these main categories:

In addition, the following faculty members are affiliates of the graduate programs in Cell, Molecular, and Structural Biology and in Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology

Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Biology

Annette Bollmann

Rachael Morgan-Kiss

Explore the range of their interests in the profiles of our research-active and instructional faculty.