Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Quantitative Ecology, Department of Biology The Wake Forest University Department of Biology invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Quantitative Ecology who studies natural populations, communities, or ecosystems. We seek a colleague answering fundamental questions about organisms in natural environments, using expertise in statistical inference, quantitative methods, and/or mathematical modelling….
Congratulations! We are proud to announce that WFU Biology members have had the following proposals funded: Emily Martin’s (graduate student in Dr. Gloria Muday‘s lab) proposal entitled “The role of ethylene signaling in root hair development in tomato” has been funded by the United States Department of Agriculture. Dr. Miles Silman‘s proposal entitled “CINCIA ACIERTA:…
Congratulations! We are proud to announce that WFU Biology members (grad students in bold) have had the following papers published: Chapman JM, Muday GK. Flavonols modulate lateral root emergence by scavenging reactive oxygen species in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2021 Jan-Jun;296:100222. doi: 10.1074/jbc.RA120.014543. Epub 2020 Dec 25. PMID: 33839683; PMCID: PMC7948594. Freund CA., KE…
Special WFU Biology seminar on Monday, August 23, at 4 pm in Winston Hall 126 & Online. Susan R. Wente, Ph.D., Wake Forest University President & Distinguished University Professor of Biology and Biochemistry, will give a seminar talk titled “Gatekeepers of the Nucleus.” Email email@example.com for the Zoom link. To view upcoming, exciting WFU Biology…
RETIRING FACULTY The following faculty members are retiring in 2020-2021. Thank you for your incredible dedication and commitment over the years! Dr. Carole L. Gibson Dr. Kathleen A. Kron FACULTY AWARDS Dr. Regina Joice Cordy was awarded the Graduate Student Association Faculty Excellence Award for Outstanding Mentorship at WFU. FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS Dr. Sarah…
Dr. Regina Cordy, Assistant Professor of Biology, was awarded the Graduate Student Faculty Excellence Award for Outstanding Mentorship. We offer her a hearty congratulations for the honor! We also honor our Graduate Students that finished their Ph.D. in the past year. It was a trying to for all, but especially for our graduate students that…
The WFU Department of Biology is proud to celebrate the career of Professor Kathy Kron on the occasion of her retirement. Congratulations, Kathy! We are delighted that several of Kathy’s former graduate students (Emily Gillsepie and Tanja Schuster) shared their memories with us. Read more on Dr. Kron’s career below… Teacher-Scholar Legacies: Kathleen Kron
The WFU Department of Biology is proud to celebrate the career and extraordinary service to Wake Forest of Professor Carole Gibson on the occasion of her retirement. Thank you, Carole! Follow the link below to read more… Teacher-Scholar Legacies: Carole Gibson
Associate Professor of Biology Sarah Esstman has been awarded the Robert and Debra Lee Faculty Fellowship. This three-year award is given by the College in recognition of Dr. Esstman’s outstanding record of teaching and scholarship. Since joining the Biology faculty in 2017, Professor Esstman has taught courses in virology and molecular biology and led a…
Dr. Ke Zhang Reid was interviewed, for The Daily Deac’s Meet A Deac Monday edition, by Dr. Betsy Chapman (’92, MA ’94) on March 15, 2021. An excerpt is shown below. How would you describe your job, in layperson’s terms? I teach Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Epigenetics courses at the undergraduate level and graduate level….
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