Ally Chory (Medical Imaging) and Jonathan Perez (Biology) enjoyed corn genetics and chi square tests (top pho to), while Derek Tripp (Medical Imaging) and Sharnise Dozier (Health Sciences) checked out “potato dissection” in A & P I.
If you haven’t jumped in already, we encourage you to become involved in the life of the Department. We have a lot to offer! Consider getting involved with faculty research. Check out the professors’ interests on the BAHS website.
You will find everything from stream ecology to neurophysiology. Get involved with our department’s clubs — the Biology and Allied Health Club and the Pre-Medical Sciences Club.
This is a great way to meet new friends and explore your future profession. Consider opportunities to volunteer as a peer tutor or to serve in the community. The Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences (BAHS) is a busy, vibrant, and diverse place. We are excited that you are here.