Indiana University - Dept. of Biology: Jordan Hall

About This Show:




We are inviting researchers from Jordan Hall, Myers, Simon, Chemistry and the farther across campus labs.  We expect 80-120 researchers to attend the event.

Research:  The Indiana University Department of Biology prides itself in the breadth and depth of its research.  Unlike most large universities, we have not divided Biology into multiple smaller departments, believing that scientific breakthroughs come most often when a diversity of thought and approaches are brought to bear on a question. For example, faculty and students studying animal behavior benefit immensely by interacting with colleagues with expertise in neurobiology, molecular biology, molecular genetics, and evolution. Similarly, faculty and students studying epigenetic regulation of gene expression in animals benefit by close interactions with those studying similar processes in plants, and vice versa. The diversity of expertise and scientific approach represented in our 61 faculty, combined with an exceptionally collegial culture, is what makes IU Biology stand out, and has made IU a premiere place for performing cutting edge research. Below are links to in-depth descriptions of many of IU Biology’s research strengths. We invite you to explore these pages, click on the faculty links, and get a flavor of the exciting research currently underway in IU Biology.


Primary Areas Of Interest (Based on previous attendees): Antibodies, Cell Culture, Cell Separation/Magnetic Beads, DNA Purification, DNA Sequencing, Electrophoresis, Electroporation, ELISA, Enzymes/Reagents, Flow Cytometry, Protein Expression, Protein Purification, QPCR/RTPCR, Plasticware/Glassware, SiRNA/RNAi, Transfection.

Primary Science Specialities (Based on previous attendees): Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, BioMaterials, Biophysics, Cancer Research, Cell Biology, Drug Discovery, Drug Manufacturing, Microscopy/Imaging, Molecular Biology.

When & Where:

  • When

  • Thursday, October 27, 2016
    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • Indiana University
    Department of Biology
    Atrium: Jordan Hall
    1025 East 3rd Street
    Bloomington, Indiana 47405


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