Interested in Research - Explore Your Talents and Sharpen Your Skills
Research helps you develop hard and soft skills that you can transfer to future employment opportunities or graduate school. You can work closely with a faculty member and become one of several students that present their findings at local, state, regional, and national conferences.
Researchers - Research Interests
Dr. Samer M. Abubakr - Soil ecosystem contaminants, nitrate reducing and denitrifying bacteria.
Dr. Shirley L. Chao -Toxicology, Entomology, Pesticide development, Neurotoxicology
Dr. Lieceng Zhu - Molecular Mechanism of Plant resistance to parasites and plant-parasite interactions
Dr. Eid Haddad - Vaccines and immunoenhancers and steroid hormones
Dr. Abdelmajid Kassem - Plant Genetics and Genomics. Genetic and QTL mapping of important agronomic traits in major crops.
Dr. Phil Senter - Dinosaur paleobioogy, Dinosaur forelimb function, Vestigial biological structures
Dr. Stephen J. Salek - Animal behavior, Endocrinology, Educational technology
Dr. Danielle Graham - Antimicrobial resistance and biofilm formation in bacterial organisms
Dr. Khalid Lodhi - Application of forensic biology (serology/DNA) techniques for human identification for criminal investigations.