Biological and Allied Health Sciences
Whether you are interested in the regulation of genes during development, how microbes evolve antibiotic resistance, or the role of carbon dioxide in warming our environment, we have something for you!
The Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences offers courses on a wide variety of topics, from ecosystems to the molecular level and everything in-between, for both majors and non-majors. Department faculty pursue research in diverse areas and actively involve undergraduates in their research, encouraging them to develop their own projects and to present them at local and national research conferences.
We offer many courses of study for students interested in the biological sciences, including both a major and a minor in Biology. We also offer Allied Health majors in Radiologic Technology, Medical Imaging Sciences (Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Nuclear Medicine), and Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
The Biological and Allied Health Sciences Department has facilities in the Science Building and West and East Cottages. Our department office can be found on the ground floor of the Science Building. Come visit us!
Dr. Patricia Melloy
Professor Sara Reynolds
Director of Allied Health Programs
Department of Biological & Allied Health Sciences
285 Madison Ave. - M-SB1-01
Madison, NJ 07940