The Department of Biological Sciences provides numerous research opportunities for students. These opportunities allow students to work closely with faculty members while earning credit for their efforts in the lab.
If you are interested in participating in a research opportunity please contact the Department of Biological Sciences at 513-7273447.
- American Midland Naturalist
- Isolation Drives increased diversification rates in freshwater amphipods.
- Predicting the effects of climate change on population connectivity and genetic diversity of an imperiled freshwater mussel, Cumberlandia
monodonta(Bivalvia: Margaritiferidae), in riverine systems.
- Past climate change drives current genetic structure of an endangered freshwater mussel species.
- Phylogeographic and population genetic analyses reveal Pleistocene isolation followed by high gene flow in a
wide ranging, but endangered, freshwater mussel.
- J. Crustacean Biology
- Aquatic Conservation
- Aquatic Conservation 2
- Landscape Ecology
- HB-EGF and ADAM 12S directed cellular reprogramming results in metabolically active brown adipose tissue-like cells
- Effects of Pup Separation on Stress Response in Postpartum Female Rats.
- Effects of High-Fat Diet on Stress Response in Male and Female Wildtype and Prolactin Knockout Mice.
- Impact of an atrazine-based herbicide on an agrobiont wolf spider.
- Contact with a glyphosate-based herbicide has long-term effects on the activity and foraging of an agrobiont wolf spider.
- Animal Behavior
- Clec14a genetically interacts with Etv2 and Vegf signaling during vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in zebrafish.
Vegfsignaling promotes vascular endothelial differentiation by modulating etv2 expression.