Effects of Radiation on Evolutionary Change USC Biology Professor Tim Mousseau and Dr. Anders Møller (Université Paris-Sud) by Chernobyl Reactor 4; studying the effects nuclear contamination on barn swallows.more
Mungo Distinguished Professor Award Dr. David Reisman, Professor of Biological Sciences and director of the Center for Colon Cancer Research Tissue Biorepository, is this year's Michael J. Mungo Distinguished Professor-of-the-Year.more
Neural Crest Cells & Pituitary Gland Development Biology professor Shannon Davis is studying the role NCCs play in the formation of pituitary blood vessels. Image shows NCCs (green) streaming into an embryonic mouse head (red).more
Interactions between Mobile Predators and Stationary Prey Biology Graduate Student Cristián Monaco on the Oregon coast studying effects of environmental stress on interactions between the sea star Pisaster ochraceous and its main food item, the mussel Mytilus californianus.more
The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of South Carolina was established in 1906, awarded its first master's degree in 1923 and first Ph.D. degree in 1955. The Department currently offers Undergraduate (B.S.) and Graduate (M.S. and Ph.D.) degrees in Biological Sciences, with about 1600 undergraduate majors and 70 graduate students representing many states and foreign countries.
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