Loyola University Maryland

Department of Biology

Undergraduate Research

Biology Research

There are many opportunities for students to conduct biological research at Loyola. In addition to the independent research component of a number of experiential courses, there is the opportunity to work closely with faculty members on biology research and honors research projects. Over the past several years, student enrollments in biology's two research courses (BL481 and BL482) have varied from 8—20 students in any given term.

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Lawrence Blob, M.D.
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Lawrence Blob, M.D.

This Loyola graduate is fighting the counterfeit drug problem in Sierra Leone

Biology
Students measure drops of blood for a lab assignment.
Course Snapshot

Exploring Biology 101: Introduction to Forensic Science

Learn about the field of forensics and acquire the lab techniques needed to conduct crime scene investigations.