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  • School of Life Sciences
    sciences Medical schools want well rounded scholars We ll inspire the scholar in you EXPLORE Welcome to ASU School of Life Sciences If you re looking for a career in medicine or biotechnology microbiology or conservation biology and ecology or you simply want to explore the life sciences you re in the right place Our mission is to inspire and transform our life science students by providing an innovative learning experience that prepares them to thrive in a dynamic and demanding world We also strive to improve life by stimulating scientific discovery and solving critical problems at the intersection of the life sciences and society Explore our degree programs and meet our award winning faculty to learn more Undergraduate degrees Graduate degrees Meet our faculty dsc 0916 jpg Michael Angilletta named ASU s Funniest Teacher More than any faculty member at ASU Michael Angilletta can claim to have the best sense of humor after winning the second annual Funniest Teacher 12210173953 47748ee25e o 0 jpg New study looks at improving vaccine awareness In a new study researchers at ASU s Biodesign Institute and their international colleagues examine public attitudes to a new breed of vaccines miles orchinik 0 jpg ASU professor named Arizona Bioscience Educator of the Year The Arizona Bioindustry Association has selected Miles Orchinik an associate professor with Arizona State University s School of Life Sciences as press release image 1 hi 0 jpeg Study maps 15 years of carbon dioxide emissions on Earth An international research team led by ASU scientists has developed a new approach to estimate CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels one that More news Information Visit Apply Upcoming Events Yesterday Scientific Computing Bootcamp Calendar SOLS Events Start time 09 00am The School of Life Sciences in collaboration with GPSA is hosting a scientific computing bootcamp through Software Carpentry Saturday and Sunday September 27 28 Each day the event will start at 9 00am and run until 4 30pm with coffee snacks and lunch provided This two day workshop will concentrate on best practices of computer programming The core lessons will include Program design in R reduce the tedium and time spent using Excel by learning when why and how to create programs as a set of reusable functions Version control using Git learn to manage your collaborations with methods better than FTP or Dropbox Task automation using a Unix shell learn to create systems which reduce or minimize human intervention in data processing Relational databases Structured Query Language learn formal data storage and manipulation techniques Register Flier Thursday October 2 Neuroscience Research seminar with Paul Whiteaker ISTB1 301 Calendar SOLS Events Start time 04 30pm Dr Paul Whiteaker Associate Professor Division of Neurobiology Barrow Neurological Institute How Many Agonish Molecules Does It take to Switch a Nicotinic Receptor On Live web broadcast available at https sols vidyo asu edu flex html roomdirect html key pimMUT8CTyd9 Alameda Grand Opening Calendar SOLS Events Start time 04 45pm Ribbon cutting to commence at 5 30 P

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  • Undergraduate | School of Life Sciences
    ll gain Text historical philosophical political and ethical perspectives Text EXPLORE Molecular Biosciences Biotechnology cutting edge major biofuels biomedical products hands on research EXPLORE SIGN UP inspired ignite your college adventure be2 be inspired Undergraduate Welcome to ASU School of Life Sciences If you re looking for a career in medicine or biotechnology microbiology or conservation biology and ecology or you simply want to explore the life sciences you re in the right place Our faculty members leading researchers in their fields work side by side with students in the classroom the lab and in the field We hope you ll be inspired when you discover the exciting research opportunities available to you as an undergraduate We offer three undergraduate degrees and four concentrations Our Advising and Student Services Office can help you get started Transform your career and join the next generation of highly trained medical professionals and life scientists Administrative staff Michael J Angilletta Jr Professor Senior Sustainability Scholar Associate Director of Undergraduate Programs LSC 488 480 727 6142 angilletta asu edu Heather Scott BIO 100 Laboratory Coordinator LSAL1 20 480 965 9531 Student Spotlight Dominic Nicacio Current year status Junior Hometown Seattle Washington Major Biological Sciences Student Status Undergraduate Piper Boyll Current year status Junior Hometown Scottsdale Arizona Major Biological Sciences Student Status Undergraduate Allegra Campagna Current year status Sophomore Hometown Phoenix Arizona Major Biological Sciences Animal Physiology and Behavior Student Status Undergraduate Nicholas Maalouf Current year status Sophomore Hometown Mesa Arizona Major Microbiology Student Status Undergraduate Luce Kassi Current year status Senior Hometown Abidjan Ivory Coast Major Microbiology and Global Health Student Status Undergraduate Upcoming Events Yesterday Scientific Computing Bootcamp Calendar SOLS Events Start time 09 00am The School of Life Sciences in collaboration with GPSA is hosting a scientific computing bootcamp through Software Carpentry Saturday and Sunday September 27 28 Each day the event will start at 9 00am and run until 4 30pm with coffee snacks and lunch provided This two day workshop will concentrate on best practices of computer programming The core lessons will include Program design in R reduce the tedium and time spent using Excel by learning when why and how to create programs as a set of reusable functions Version control using Git learn to manage your collaborations with methods better than FTP or Dropbox Task automation using a Unix shell learn to create systems which reduce or minimize human intervention in data processing Relational databases Structured Query Language learn formal data storage and manipulation techniques Register Flier Thursday October 2 Neuroscience Research seminar with Paul Whiteaker ISTB1 301 Calendar SOLS Events Start time 04 30pm Dr Paul Whiteaker Associate Professor Division of Neurobiology Barrow Neurological Institute How Many Agonish Molecules Does It take to Switch a Nicotinic Receptor On Live web broadcast available at https sols vidyo asu edu flex html roomdirect html key pimMUT8CTyd9 Alameda Grand Opening Calendar SOLS Events Start time 04 45pm Ribbon cutting to commence at 5 30 P M Friday October 3 SOLS Seminar

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  • Degrees | School of Life Sciences
    SOLS Takes a Hike Seminars Magazine Press Room About Centers Community Outreach From the Director Natural History Collections Partners Phoenix Zoo Giving Resources For Employees Business Office Event Planning Forms Governance IT Support Logos and Templates Request Assistance Safety For Undergraduates Learning Resource Center Core Laboratories Employment Facilities and Services Research Advancement Faculty Resources Post Doc Resources Graduate Student Resources Site feedback VisLab Design Services Contact You are here Home Undergraduate Degrees Degrees Welcome to the ASU School of Life Sciences undergraduate program We offer three Bachelor of Sciences degrees If you are interested in medical school graduate programs or research related careers this is a perfect place to start your college career Biological Sciences Microbiology Molecular Biosciences and Biotechnology We also offer four concentrations within the Biological Sciences major You can earn your degree without specializing or choose a concentration in Animal Physiology and Behavior Biology and Society Conservation Biology and Ecology Genetics Cell and Developmental Biology Our degrees are rigorous and flexible It s relatively easy to switch between majors or concentrations especially within your first two years Emerging areas such as bioinformatics don t fit easily into a single concentration or major Discuss your options with an academic advisor If you re interested in post graduate study or medical school all of our majors and concentrations are outstanding choices ASU Course catalog ASU Major Maps Minor Biological Sciences Minor PDF Certificate History Philosophy of Science Certificate PDF Accelerated BS MS degrees concurrent Biology Biology and Society Other degrees BIS Biological Sciences Concentration PDF BAE Secondary Education emphasis in Biological Sciences see Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College advisor Are you pre med Browse our Pre Med FAQ for answers to your questions about our majors and applying to medical school Want to teach science TEAMS Teacher Education for

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  • Biological Sciences Degree Arizona | Biology | Bachelors Degree, BS
    here Home Undergraduate Degrees Biological sciences bachelor degree Biological sciences bachelor degree Four year degree Bachelor of Science BS Fifth year degree option Master of Science MS Explore the organization and processes of life at scales ranging from molecules to ecosystems The biological sciences program will give you the strong foundation in liberal arts and sciences needed for emerging careers in science You ll be prepared for top medical and graduate schools such as the School of Life Sciences graduate program at Arizona State University Request information about ASU degree programs and how to apply Plan a visit to Arizona State University Biological sciences concentrations A Bachelor of Science BS degree in biological sciences from ASU is ideal if you are looking for a broad background in biology Depending on your field of interest you may also choose one of four concentrations Animal physiology and behavior Biology and society Conservation biology and ecology Genetics cell and developmental biology Career graduate and research opportunities for biology majors Of all ASU students accepted into medical schools more have earned degrees from the life sciences program than from any other program on campus In the biological sciences program you ll gain knowledge and critical thinking skills needed for many exciting careers including Allied health fields Education Government and science industries Medicine and dentistry Research Veterinary sciences Wildlife conservation In a majority of undergraduate courses you ll be learning from tenure track professors with diverse research backgrounds Here at ASU you ll also have access to All the courses you ll need as a pre med student Exciting research opportunities in growing fields such as bioenergy bioinformatics genomics neuroscience and infectious disease State of the art biology facilities Accelerated degree program Start your master s degree course work as an undergraduate student and complete

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  • Animal Physiology and Behavior | Biological Science Bachelor Arizona
    Staff News Events News Events Calendar Frontiers SOLS Takes a Hike Seminars Magazine Press Room About Centers Community Outreach From the Director Natural History Collections Partners Phoenix Zoo Giving Resources For Employees Business Office Event Planning Forms Governance IT Support Logos and Templates Request Assistance Safety For Undergraduates Learning Resource Center Core Laboratories Employment Facilities and Services Research Advancement Faculty Resources Post Doc Resources Graduate Student Resources Site feedback VisLab Design Services Contact You are here Home Undergraduate Degrees Biological Sciences Animal physiology and behavior Caiman in panama Photo Elizabeth Cash Animal physiology and behavior Concentration of the biological sciences bachelor degree program The animal physiology and behavior concentration provides a broad integrated education in the principles and mechanisms governing animal function and behavior The program is an ideal gateway to enter the field of neuroscience apply to medical or veterinary school or engage in biomedical research Request more information about ASU s degree programs and how to apply Plan a visit to Arizona State University Career graduate and research opportunities The next century will bring tremendous leaps in our understanding of the brain Do you want to be a part of these discoveries A concentration in animal physiology and behavior will prepare you for a wide range of graduate and professional opportunities including medical and veterinary school You can also pursue advanced study in Animal behavior Biomedicine Endocrinology Metabolic diseases Neuroscience The animal physiology and behavior concentration brings together award winning faculty with diverse research expertise Working in state of the art biology facilities you ll have access to exciting research opportunities in fields such as Aging Animal behavior Neuroscience Obesity Metabolism and Endocrinology Find an undergraduate research mentor Required courses for animal physiology and behavior The curriculum for this concentration builds a strong foundation in biology chemistry physics

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  • Biology and Society | Biological Science Bachelors Degree Arizona
    Seminars Magazine Press Room About Centers Community Outreach From the Director Natural History Collections Partners Phoenix Zoo Giving Resources For Employees Business Office Event Planning Forms Governance IT Support Logos and Templates Request Assistance Safety For Undergraduates Learning Resource Center Core Laboratories Employment Facilities and Services Research Advancement Faculty Resources Post Doc Resources Graduate Student Resources Site feedback VisLab Design Services Contact You are here Home Undergraduate Degrees Biological Sciences Biology and society Coolidge Baldwin 1845 1928 Botany Course Photograph 1895 Collecting Specimens Embryo Project Encyclopedia 1895 ISSN 1940 5030 http embryo asu edu handle 10776 3479 Biology and society Concentration within the biological sciences bachelor degree program In the biology and society concentration you ll gain unique historical philosophical political and ethical perspectives helping you become a more effective teacher writer policy maker clinician or researcher And you will develop the skills needed to navigate ethical complexities that often surround scientific discovery Study areas may include Economics of conservation biology and sustainability science Nature of new and emerging areas of biology evolution of developmental and synthetic biology Social philosophical and political dimensions of global climate change Request more information about ASU degree programs and how to apply Plan a visit to Arizona State University Career graduate and research opportunities While studying biology and society you will develop critical thinking skills needed for a broad range of graduate programs and careers in Biology Education Ethics Law Medicine Public policy The biology and society concentration is taught by many world class researchers in fields that include bioscience ethics history and philosophy of science and science education At ASU you ll also find Exciting undergraduate research opportunities in cutting edge fields including embryology environmental ethics and science policy Opportunities to work across diverse scientific disciplines State of the art facilities Deciding what

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  • Conservation Biology and Ecology | Biological Sciences Degree Arizona
    Phoenix Zoo Giving Resources For Employees Business Office Event Planning Forms Governance IT Support Logos and Templates Request Assistance Safety For Undergraduates Learning Resource Center Core Laboratories Employment Facilities and Services Research Advancement Faculty Resources Post Doc Resources Graduate Student Resources Site feedback VisLab Design Services Contact You are here Home Undergraduate Degrees Biological Sciences Conservation biology and ecology Yellowstone Photo by James Elser Conservation biology and ecology Concentration of the biological sciences bachelor degree program The conservation biology and ecology concentration provides a solid foundation in biology and ecological theory which enables you to make evidence based policy decisions about conservation You ll also develop a strong background for advanced study in ecology essential for understanding serious environmental challenges such as climate change invasive species and habitat destruction Request more information about ASU degree programs and how to apply Plan a visit to Arizona State University Career graduate and research opportunities With a concentration in conservation biology and ecology you ll develop the critical thinking skills needed for graduate study and many challenging careers in fields such as Community ecosystem and landscape ecology Human dimensions of natural resource management Socioeconomic analysis of biodiversity Sustainability ASU brings together some of the nation s top researchers In this unique program tenure track professors teach most of our undergraduate courses You ll be able to Explore exciting areas of research such as climate change ecosystem services and urban ecology Acquire valuable hands on experience working in the field Work side by side with some of the nation s foremost ecologists Not sure which research areas are right for you Find an undergraduate research mentor Course requirements for conservation biology and ecology In the conservation biology and ecology concentration you will gain a strong foundation in the biological sciences You will also explore

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  • Genetics, Cell, and Developmental Biology | Biological Sciences Degree
    Natural History Collections Partners Phoenix Zoo Giving Resources For Employees Business Office Event Planning Forms Governance IT Support Logos and Templates Request Assistance Safety For Undergraduates Learning Resource Center Core Laboratories Employment Facilities and Services Research Advancement Faculty Resources Post Doc Resources Graduate Student Resources Site feedback VisLab Design Services Contact You are here Home Undergraduate Degrees Biological Sciences Genetics cell and developmental biology Genetics cell and developmental biology Concentration of the biological sciences bachelor degree program Experience the process and excitement of scientific discovery in the cutting edge fields of genetics cell and developmental biology This concentration includes several of the most exciting and productive areas of research in biological sciences You ll learn how genetic information is organized and transmitted across generations You ll also study how the flow of that information affects the developmental changes cells and organisms undergo throughout life Genetics cell biology and developmental biology are experimental sciences Insights gained through research will help inform emerging fields such as genomics epigenetics and individualized medicine Request more information about ASU degree programs and how to apply Plan a visit to Arizona State University Career graduate and research opportunities This program will prepare you for a wide range of graduate school and career opportunities in biological sciences including in Biotechnology Developmental abnormalities and genetic counseling Medicine Pharmaceuticals and vaccine development The genetics cell and developmental biology concentration brings together world class researchers with diverse scientific backgrounds Here at ASU you will Participate in exciting research in fields such as genomics and bioinformatics Learn critical thinking skills needed for a wide range of professions Gain valuable real world experience through internships Required courses for genetics cell and developmental biology In this biological sciences concentration your course work will include a comprehensive study of biology genetics and genomics You

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