A very impressive profile appeared OG&B recently on Abigail Vogeley. Vogeley, a Biology major who hails from California, is deeply passionate about her studies. She conducts research in the Geriatrics unit of the WFU School of medicine under the guidance of Hugenschmidt. She is also extremely active with Alpha Phi Omega (the co-ed service society). …
FAHRBACH REAPPOINTED CHAIR OF BIOLOGY We thank and appreciate Dr. Susan Fahrbach for her continued leadership and strong service as Chair of Biology. Her reappointment will commence on July 1, 2020. Fahrbach is a Reynolds Professor of Developmental Neuroscience in the Department of Biology. FACULTY TENURE AND PROMOTIONS Congratulations to the following faculty…
Colleagues & Friends of the Wake Forest Biology Department, I know you have already seen the statements from Nathan Hatch and Erica Still on the need for the Wake Forest University community to stand against racism. As Chair of Biology I don’t imagine that I can speak for all members of the department. But I…
Susan Fahrbach recently authored a textbook entitled “Developmental Neuroscience: A Concise Introduction.” published by the Princeton University Press. August 2013. Click here to read more about the book: Developmental Neuroscience: A Concise Introduction. Link to Princeton University Press: click here to visit book website.
Bee impressed at ACC Meeting of the Minds Wake Forest to showcase innovative student research from across the ACC — By WILL FERGUSON Office of Communications and External Relations You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but this might not be the case for a honeybee. Just ask David Hale (’15), a sophomore biology major….
PLOS (The Public Library of Science) is a non-profit publisher and advocacy organization recently published an article focusing on the work of Reynolds Professor of Developmental Neuroscience Susan Fahrbach and graduate student researcher Scott Dobrin (PhD. 2011). Fahrbach and her lab group have discovered that it is possible to train honey bees by SHOWING them….
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