Welcome to the Department of Biology
Each semester the Biology Department graduate students host a seminar series where invited speakers from other institutions present the results of their research. Seminars are held on Monday at 11:10 am in Rm. 215 McCort-Ward. Pizza is served at 12:00 pm in Rm. 200 following the seminar. The event is sponsored by the Graduate Student Association.
The CUA Biology Club is an organization for all those interested in the life sciences. During the academic year, the Club organizes a combination of social and educational activities which provides many opportunities for students to interact with the faculty and with each other. The club sponsors lecture series addressing current issues and other topics of interest and provides members with opportunities to establish contacts with professionals in the life sciences. A sampling of recent Club activities includes Welcoming party at the beginning of the academic year; career talks; fall dinner; lecture series; premed-oriented programs; Christmas party; end-of-year barbecue, and; the Thanksgiving fundraiser for SOME (So Others May Eat).
The Center for Advanced Training in Cell and Molecular Biology, a unit of the Department of Biology at The Catholic University of America has been established in 1983 as an International Center to provide expert training for scientists, technicians, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. Its focus is on the new and established biomedically-related concepts and technologies which provide the major impetus for contemporary research, innovative industrial applications, and sophisticated diagnostic laboratory techniques.
This school offers programs in:
Students can complete this program on an accelerated track in only 1.5 years as opposed to 2 years
"Earn while you learn!" - U.S. citizens can take the program part-time (7 credits or less a semester) for half the cost!