The Department of Biology emphasizes cellular and molecular biology as well as biotechnology and medical technology. The success of our department must be measured primarily by the success of our students. The faculty’s collective efforts of quality instruction, mentoring and scholarship are committed primarily to maximize student success.
Collected here are honors theses produced by students in Department of Biology at the College at Brockport.
Theses from 2016
The Role of the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor in Tumor Growth and Chemoresistance, Elizabeth L. Lindsay
The Role of RAD55 in Mitochondrial DNA Stability in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Kyle J. McAtee
The Significance of the Nuclear Gene, SGS1, in Mitochondrial Genome Stability in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Kathryn C. Wershing
Theses from 2014
Disruption of Caveolae Lipid Rafts and the Effects on Melanin-concentrating Hormone Receptor-1 Localization: A Pharmacological Study, Colin King
Theses from 2013
Characterization and Identification of Bacterial Flora from Infected Equine Hooves, Janna Draper
Theses from 2012
Nuclear Encoded Proteins Important in Mitochondrial Genome Stability, Luke Krembs
Theses from 2010
What You Need to Know to Apply to Veterinary School and Career Options Available After Obtaining Your Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, Jacqueline Walker