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A new study finds that cell sexual identity can be reprogrammed at later stages in development.
CBS alumna Annechael Wood is working her way toward medical school adding professional and volunteer experiences along the way.
While she remains firmly focused on the goal of completing medical school and eventually working as a neurosurgeon, Annechael Wood (Biology, '13), understands there are many steps along the way to achieving her objective.
For CBS alumna Celia Hemmerich, a career as a physician assistant provides the right balance between her personal and professional passions.
The name of the game is balance, says Celia Hemmerich, who combines her current job as a physician assistant with a host of non-work passions: camping, marathon training, biking and playing cello with the Civic O
Recent CBS alum Beau Miller plans to play a part in advancing new medical technologies through patent law.
“Many people think that the only things to do with a science degree are to be a researcher or a practitioner, but there are lots of careers in the middle of that spectrum” says Beau Miller (Biochemistry and Genetics, Cell Biology & D
Robin Wright to host adult enrichment course.
Coral reefs occupy only a tiny portion (0.1 percent) of Earth's ocean surfaces, yet the habitat they provide sustains life for 25 percent of all marine species.
BioTA brings together researchers across disciplines interested in using conceptual and mathematical modeling to better understand biology.