When biology professor David White, Ph.D., takes his students into the swamp, he likes to go after dark. The wetlands south of New Orleans that he leads his classes through in canoes are full of snakes, spiders, and insects, and he will periodically tell students where to point their flashlights so they can reflect constellations of red alligator eyes.
Students from Loyola's Department of Biological Sciences will present research at the 25th Annual Biological Sciences Undergraduate Symposium, Friday, March 13, 2015, from 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., in Nunemaker Auditorium, located on the 3rd Floor of Monroe Hall.
A team of students and Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Kimberlee S. Mix have learned that their research will be published in the Journal of Inflammation.
Madi Stark presented her senior thesis research at the Botany 2014 national conference in Boise, ID, in July 2014. The poster, on a possible undescribed hybrid cattail spreading aggressively in the Mississippi River delta, was co-authored with Biology professors Dave White and Don Hauber.
Infection and Immunity's June 2014 issue features article co-authored by Ph.D. candidate
Loyola Alum Receives Practice-Based Research Grant
Biological Sciences senior applies holistic approach to health impacts of ecosystem degradation
Loyola Alumni Accepts Leadership Position
Loyola senior biology major Justine Sundrud joins filmmaking team to help combat deadly diseases
Adam Oliver ('01)