Rebekah Eleazer, (far left) was awarded the Glenn B. Collins Award for her research project in the Fondue-Mittendorf lab.
Ag & Medical Biotech students Henry Moore, Katie Bernardo, Trevor Farmer and Kristin O'Leary are involved in the Career Training in Oncology Program in the Markey Cancer Center under the mentorship of Dr. Nathan Vanderford.
Learning Biotechnological Methods
Our laboratory techniques course trains students in technical skills and understanding to critically examine biogical systems at the molecular level.
Graduate studies in veterinary science, plant science, animal science, biology, biomedical research, cancer research are a few of the areas in which an Ag and Medical Biotech degree will prepare you.
An Ag and Medical Biotech degree is a great start to pursuing a career in healthcare professions such as: medical doctors, dentists, pharmacists, optometrists, physical therapists and physician's assistants.
Careers in Life Sciences
Possibilities abound for graduates with a degree in Agricultural and Medical Biotechnology. Foundational courses in biology, chemistry and genetics prepare you for a rewarding career in the life sciences.
Graduation Celebration for the Agricultural and Medical Biotech Graduating Seniors
Thursday, May 4 5:30pm Courtyard of the Plant Science Building
Friday, May 5 10:00am
Recipient of the Glenn B. Collins Award
Spring 2017 Recipient
Alltech Young Scientist Nominee
Emma Brennan was selected as the Spring 2017 Alltech Young Scientist nominee.