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Faculty Seeking New Graduate Students

We have openings in Biological Sciences    and     Microbiology.

Labs of faculty with a * next to their names are available for lab rotations for PhD students. 

Biological Sciences MS and PhD degrees include specializations in one of three emphasis areas:
1) Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
2) Cell and Developmental Biology
3) Comparative Organismal Biology

The following faculty are recruiting new Biological Sciences graduate students:

Alper, Joshua*

Molecular and Cellular Biophysics; Biophysical Mechanisms of Eukaryotic Pathogens

Baeza, J. Antonio*

Behavioral & Evolutionary Biology/Molecular Phylogenetics & Genomics

Bain, Lisa*

Mechanisms of Developmental Toxicity

Baldwin, William*

Interplay Between Obesity and Toxicant Exposure

Barrett, Kyle* 

Global Change Ecology, Conservation Biology

Bielenberg, Douglas*   

Environmental regulation of spring leaf and flower phenology

Blob, Rick  

Evolutionary Morphology and Biomechanics

Campbell, Barbara*    

Microbial Ecology and Bioinformatics

Chapman, Susan*

Developmental Biology and Genetics of Autism

Cao, Min*

Bacteria, Host, and Inter-kingdom Communications

Childress, Michael

Coral Reef Ecology and Marine Animal Behavior

DeWalt, Saara* 

Plant Population and Community Ecology

Dou, Zhicheng*   

Nutrient Metabolism in Parasitic Pathogens

Feliciano, David* 

Regulation of immune cells in the brain

Parkinson, Christopher

Evolution of Biodiversity, Genomics, Phylogenetics

Powder, Kara*

Craniofacial Development and Evolution

Price, Samantha*

Biodiversity and Macroevolution; Phylogenetics and Paleontology

Richards, Vincent*

Microbial Genomics

Sears, Michael

Physiological Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Climate Change Biology

Sparace, Salvatore*

Plant Lipid and Plastid Biochemistry & Physiology

Temesvari, Lesly* 

Cell Biology and Pathogenesis of Entamoeba histolytica

Turnbull, Matt*

Bioelectric patterns in insect guts

Wei, Yanzhang

NK cell based anti-cancer immunotherapy

Yu, Xianzhong 

Tumor Immunotherapy and Gene Therapy

Microbiology

MS and PhD degrees include specializations in one of three emphasis areas:

1) Cellular and Physiological Microbiology
2) Microbial Genetics and Molecular Microbiology
3) Environmental Microbiology

 

The following faculty are recruiting new Microbiology graduate students:

Campbell, Barbara*

Microbial Ecology and Bioinformatics

Cao, Min*

Bacteria, Host, and Inter-kingdom Communications

Dou, Zhicheng*  

Nutrient Metabolism in Parasitic Pathogens

Feliciano, David* 

Regulation of immune cells in the brain

Jiang, Xiuping*    

Foodborne Pathogen Detection and Inactivation;
Antibiotic Resistance

Kurtz, Harry

Microbial Diversity and Biogeochemistry

Richards, Vincent* 

Microbial Genomics

Temesvari, Lesly* 

Cell Biology and Pathogenesis of Entamoeba histolytica

Tzeng, Jeremy

Magnetic Mediated Energy Delivery for Selective Killing of Pathogens


The Environmental Toxicology graduate program has a separate website. http://www.clemson.edu/entox/

For more information about graduate students currently in the Biological Sciences and Microbiology graduate programs, visit the Biological Sciences Graduate Student Association website.
 
If you have any additional questions about our degree programs in Biological Sciences or Microbiology, please contact Jay Lyn Martin, our Graduate Student Services Coordinator, or email biolgrad@clemson.edu for Biological Sciences or micrograd@clemson.edu for Microbiology.