Biology

Laboratory love

Employers beat path to door of Wright State’s Clinical Laboratory Sciences program
From left: Laboratory science students Carly Simmons, Shon Jergens, program Director Tammy Bash and student Lauren Hamrock. Graduates of the Clinical Laboratory Sciences program are in great demand by employers. (Photo by Erin Pence)

Graduates of Wright State’s Clinical Laboratory Sciences program are in great demand by employers. Continue reading

Wright State medical student prepares to lead national SNMA organization

Wright State Medical student prepares to lead national SNMA organization

As president-elect of the Student National Medical Association, Christen Johnson has spent much of the year promoting mental health awareness and leadership development. Continue reading

Doctor, doctor

Medical school, medical careers shaping up as a family affair for Wright State father, daughter, son-in-law
Kayla Crager and Kyle Hazlett, right, both major in biology and will attend medical school together next summer, while Mark Crager is working on his Post-Bac Certificate in Pre-Medical Studies.

Medical school and medical careers are shaping up as a family affair for a Wright State father and his daughter and son-in-law. Continue reading

Wright State international students talk about cultural differences

Charles Chugo Chibugo Chiobi holding Nigerian flag

Wright State students from Bangladesh, Nigeria and India compare their homelands to the United States. Continue reading

Fertility field of research

Students help Wright State’s Labib Rouhana advance research on reproduction
Students look at sample in lab

Wright State research project designed to identify genes that broaden the knowledge of reproduction and offer promise for breakthroughs in infertility got a big push forward from students. Continue reading

Picture of health

Wright State alum Julie Bonsall '12 leads pioneering wellness program at Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority
Picture of health

Wright State biology graduate Julie Bonsall ’12 leads a pioneering wellness program at the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority. Continue reading

Attack on white fringetree by emerald ash borer likely to be widespread, says Wright State researcher

Don Cipollini holding piece of white fringetree affected by emerald ash borer

Wright State biology professor Don Cipollini suggests use of white fringetree by emerald ash borer is likely to be widespread and that the beetle may move to close relatives. Continue reading

Digging up the past

Digging up the past

Wright State student Tyler Heneghan explores the past through field work at the Fort Ancient Earthworks and an internship with the Dayton Society of Natural History and SunWatch Indian Village. Continue reading

Pair of ACEs

Wright State’s Dan Krane, Northern Illinois’ David Stone complete prestigious American Council on Education Fellowships
Dan Krane

Wright State professor Dan Krane, Northern Illinois’ David Stone served prestigious American Council on Education Fellowships during the 2014-15 academic year. Continue reading

Seeing clearly

Wright State grad Elizabeth Harris '15 can’t keep her eyes off her future career in optometry
Elizabeth Harris looking through magnifying glass.

Wright State biology graduate Elizabeth Harris ’15 can’t keep her eyes off her future career in optometry. Continue reading