“You’re not joining just a lab—you’re joining a larger family.”

Dr. Ed Dzialowski and his graduate assistants in the Developmental Integrative Biology cluster study bird development to gain insight into evolutionary processes and human metabolic disorders.  Read more.

“Since our lab space is shared, we interact with students in other labs—which is awesome because you’re able to share ideas and get feedback.”

Ph.D. student Anastacia Garcia's research on C. elegans nematodes in the lab of her faculty mentor, Dr. Pam Padilla, may lead to new treatments for stroke and diabetes.  Read more.

"Many species throughout the world are in decline and the focus in my lab is to try to reverse that trend."

Dr. Jeff Johnson and his student researchers work to conserve bird populations in Texas and around the globe.  Read more.

UNT’s new $40 million Life Sciences Complex is a world-class research and teaching facility for biochemistry and molecular biology, developmental physiology and genetics, and plant science.
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Featured Article

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Green is More Than a Color at UNT

Two Biology professors, Dr.Stevens Brumbley and Dr. Ruthanne Thompson, are featured for their research and educational efforts towards sustainability at UNT.