The Aline Wilmot
Skaggs Biology Research Building was designed to form the University of
Utah's nucleus for biology education and research; as well as to foster
greater interaction and attract high caliber faculty in order to
reinforce the department's reputation as a premier research and teaching
Labs, labs, labs! This link will take you to the research groups in the Dept. of Biology.
FUNDING: To date for 2016, The University of Utah has been awarded 283 grants and $107,757,880 in funding from the NIH.
The links below lead to information about research projects and groups in areas of special strength.
Primary Areas of Interest
(Based on previous attendees): PCR, DNA Sequencing & Purification,
Electrophoresis, Next Gen Sequencing, Genotyping, Pipettors/Tips,
QPCR/RTPCR, Enzymes/Reagents, Protein Expression & Purification,
Western Blot, Antibodies, Plasticware/Glassware.
Primary Science Specialties
(Based on previous attendees): Genetics, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology,
Biochemistry, Neuroscience, Genomics, Protein Chemistry, Bioinformatics,
Cancer Research, Drug Discovery, Chemistry, Laser Imaging, Organic
Chemistry, Anatomy/Physiology, Immunology.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017 1:30 PM - 3:30 PMMountain Time
Skaggs Biology Research BuildingUniversity of UtahASB Foyer257 South 1400 EastSalt Lake City, Utah 84112
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