We offer 45 courses covering topics such as endocrine physiology, introductory virology, cell adhesion and migration, bioinformatics methods and plant-microorganism interactions. Our foundation courses in cell, molecular and developmental biology, and physiology provide fundamental concepts in each area along with essential skills in modern laboratory techniques.

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Undergraduate Programs

Offering a variety of courses in cell biology, molecular biology and animal physiology.

The Department of Cell and Systems Biology offers two core programs: Animal Physiology (Major) and Cell & Molecular Biology (Specialist and Major each with the option of Disciplinary Focuses).

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Undergraduate researchers reveal exciting project results at year-end poster session to earn F Michael Barrett Award

On Friday, April 5th, 2024 students from the CSB497, 498 and 499 independent research programs presented their project results in a poster session…

Appreciative students present award for teaching to Professor Kenneth Yip

Prof Kenneth Yip and Farida Kayed, ASSU Executive Professor Kenneth Yip applies a visible passion to his teaching and shows genuine concern for his…

EPIC Future Leaders Prize for Dr Jonathan Burnie’s virology research

Dr Jonathan Burnie has earned the EPIC Future Leaders Prize from the Emerging & Pandemic Infections Consortium. Dr Burnie is a graduate from the…

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