Biochemists and molecular biologists are interested in the molecular functions of all living organisms from the smallest bacterium to the largest whale.
Chemistry is central to virtually all areas of modern science and technology, providing a foundation for fields such as biochemistry, chemical engineering, food science, materials science, geology, nanotechnology and pharmacology.
Microbes are organisms too small to be seen without a microscope and Microbiology is the study of these organisms and the role they play in health and disease and the environment.
A major in Pharmacology provides a modern understanding of how medicines produce their effects on the body and how such knowledge is used to alleviate suffering caused by disease.
Do you differ from a robot? Learn about the molecular and cellular machinery that makes up your body, as well as how it works in everyday life, and what causes disease.
With Pathology and Laboratory Medicine you can explore the causes and mechanisms of human disease.
A major in Population Health will allow you to study the patterns of health and disease in society and to consider what we can do to improve the health of the community.