SOLS Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior

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The College

Our educational goals in SoLS are to catalyze the development of knowledge, technical and critical thinking skills in the life sciences that will help our undergraduates function as effective citizens, scientists, and scholars in the 21st century. Faculty and students in the School of Life Sciences are engaged in cutting-edge research across a broad range of disciplines. Our disciplinary strengths are reflected in our diverse offerings of undergraduate programs and concentrations, as well as in our undergraduate research opportunities. Life science researchers in SoLS investigate topics ranging from evolution and development, functions of molecules, cells, brains, organisms, behaviors, ecosystems, societies, global change, host-pathogen interactions, as well as the conceptual and social foundations of science.

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Faculty Honors Advisors

Kevin McGraw

Miles Orchinik