Biology Archive

Michal Stachowiak, University at Buffalo – Schizophrenia and Early Brain Development

Schizophrenia may develop much early than previously thought. Michal Stachowiak, professor in the department of pathology

Paolo Forni, University at Albany – From the Nose to the Brain

We all remember going through puberty. Paolo Forni, assistant professor of biological sciences at the University

Stephanie Gill, University at Buffalo – Yetis

On this Student Spotlight: Has a yeti specimen been found? Stephanie Gill, PhD candidate at the

David Richardson, SUNY New Paltz – Warming Lakes

A clue to a changing climate could be in your nearest lake. David C. Richardson, associate

Pankaj Karande, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Engineering Living Tissue for Transplantation

Can we make human organs in the lab? Pankaj Karande, assistant professor of chemical and bioengineering

Jennifer Hurley, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Circadian Clock Disruption

How important is it to be in tune with your circadian clock? Jennifer Hurley, assistant professor

Tammy Mildenstein, Cornell College – Fruit Bats

Another species is on the brink of near extinction. Tammy Mildenstein, assistant professor of biology at

Jonathan Wilson, Haverford College – Re-Animating Extinct Plants

Planetary history can hold keys to preserving species when the climate changes. Jonathan Wilson, assistant professor

Travis Bailey, SUNY Geneseo – Conquering Vision Loss through Regenerative Biology

Zebrafish could hold clues to helping us repair our eyesight. Travis Bailey, assistant professor of biology

Adina Roskies, Dartmouth College – Deep Brain Stimulation Affects Personality

Is your consciousness just neural functioning like the rest of your body? Adina Roskies, Helman Family Distinguished