Medical Dental Building Welcome to the Department of Biology

Our renowned faculty has diverse research interests, including molecular, developmental, cell, ecological and evolutionary biology. Interdisciplinary by nature, we are housed amongst members of the Chemistry and Physics department in Regents Hall, a beautiful, state of the art science facility that opened in 2012.



Upcoming Events 

This semester, the Department of Biology is hosting many events on campus! 

A special departmental seminar series is taking place every Thursday, offering all students a chance to hear from guest speakers that come from across the United States and that are experts in various science-related fields.  Additionally, be sure to attend Graduate student Seminar Series and Workshops every Friday to hear from our very own graduate students. 

We look forward to seeing you this semester!

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Recent News
  • Steve and Camila
    Singer and Coelho Publish Review Of Parasite Research

    Biology professor Steven Singer and postdoctoral fellow Camila Henriques Coelho, in collaboration with a team from Brazil, recently published an analysis of the spread of Giardia lamblia. Giardia lamblia is an intestinal parasite linked to untreated water and poor sanitation.

  • Jennifer Fox receives a teaching award
    Professor Jennifer Fox Receives an Award!

    We are pleased to announce the 2018 Teaching Excellence Award given to Professor Jennifer Fox. This is a special recognition of her outstanding teaching skills and a monetary acknowledgment of the significant work that she devotes to course planning and preparation to her courses.

  • Deirde Collins
    Fighting for the Future

    Each year Bermuda has the honor of enjoying one Rhodes Scholarship. This year, a biology major at Georgetown University Deirdre Collins (C’17) received the Rhodes Scholarship award.

  • Mark
    A New Understanding How Two Cells Know When to Fuse

    Research from the Rose lab published recently in the Journal of Cell Biology reveals a novel mechanism for how two mating yeast cells detect when they are in contact and trigger cell fusion.