The Department of
Biological Sciences at the State University of New York
at Buffalo offers research and study programs leading to
the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy, Masters of Science
and Masters of Arts. The programs are designed for
students who have completed a Bachelor's degree and wish
to pursue in-depth study in the Biological Sciences. At present, the Department of Biological Sciences includes faculty working in the sub-disciplines of nucleic acid molecular biology/gene expression, evolutionary biology, sensory transduction/neuroscience. These degree
programs are designed to give the qualified student a
comprehensive understanding of living organisms and the
background and experience required for carrying out
independent research. Students can concentrate in one
subspecialty or expand their course of study by
performing research in two or more areas.
The department is
exceptionally well equipped for research and teaching.
The research laboratories are housed in a modern
building, with such adjunct facilities as instrument
shops, animal quarters, and a greenhouse. Major
instrumentation and equipment are available, including
such items as a 750-MHz NMR spectrometer, fluorescence
and electron microscopes, and multiple phosphorimaging
of Biological Sciences | 109 Cooke Hall | Buffalo, NY
Phone:  645-2363
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