Molecular Biology Search 2016

by September 13, 2016
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The Department of Biology at Wake Forest University seeks a new tenure-track faculty member who asks basic biological questions at the molecular and cellular level(s). The WFU HR job search number is 2372-141. This position is part of a university-funded initiative to develop Wake Downtown, a newly renovated state of Read more »

Job Searches Fall 2016

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The Department of Biology and The Department of Chemistry are searching for applicants for Assistant Professor in Molecular Biology (faculty), Assistant Director of Microscopy (staff), Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry (faculty), and Lab Manager (staff).  If you are interested, please visit the specific pages listed below for more information. Read more »

Welcome to Our Newest Professor

by August 31, 2016
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Assistant Professor James Pease is the newest faculty member in the Department of Biology!  He will teach genetics, bioinformatics, genomics, and his research is in the area of computational evolutionary biology. Pease received his Ph.D. from Indiana University and was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Michigan before joining Read more »

Tague Lab Begins Study of Old Campus Magnolias

by August 28, 2016
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The Wake Endophyte Legacy Lab (also known as the WELL, headed by Professor of Biology Brian Tague) took a scientific road trip to Wake Forest’s Old Campus on a hot day this August. The Lab is interested in fungal endophytes – fungi that live asymptomatically within the tissues of plants – Read more »

Summer Research in the Smith Lab

by August 26, 2016

WFU Biology PhD student Scott Cory, and undergraduate researchers Taylor Catalano and Denas Kisonas (rising sophomores, class of 2019), spent their summer at Roan High Bluff in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. They were studying the ecophysiological mechanisms of mortality of Fraser fir (Abies fraseri) and red spruce (Picea rubens) seedlings. Their Read more »