Each semester the AMCB hosts a seminar series that highlights student research as well as invited speakers from across campus and across the country. A broad range of topics dealing with all aspects of animal molecular and cellular biology research and technologies are addressed. Each AMCB graduate student is required to present his/her research at the seminar once a year. Seminars are held every Friday at 12:00 PM in room 102 of the Animal Sciences building.
Each year, the AMCB holds a research symposium in which students share their research. A Distinguished Lecturer from another university is invited to attend for a formal seminar and to facilitate interactions with students.
Each year, the AMCB and Interdisciplinary Reproductive Biology group holds a joint picnic at Lake Wauburg. Located eight miles south of campus on Highway 441, Lake Wauburg North Park and South Shore offers UF students, faculty and staff a place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Many activities are available including boating, swimming, volleyball, team development course, climbing wall and more.
- Program Overview
- Admissions, Required Courses, Suggested Elective Courses
- Graduate Student Forms
- Seminar Series