The Department organizes and teaches on many of the basic and advanded biology courses used in SLU's educational programmes.
Areas covered include Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Virology, Plant Physiology, Plant Breeding and Plant Pathology.
Course manager: Anna Westerbergh (email her)
The department is giving post-graduate education (PhD) in the Biology topic. The projects are mainly externally funded. To get an idea of our work, please take a look at our publications list.
Requirements for obtaining a Doctor degree: 30 course credits, and a thesis comprised of:
1. At least 3 papers
2. The doctoral student must have first or split first authorship of at least two of the papers.
3. At least one of the papers must have been accepted for publication or have been published in an international scientific journal.
It takes 4-5 years to finish a PhD. During this time, 5-10% of the time is devoted to UG teaching.
PhD courses are mainly given by SLU Research Schools, for us mainly “Organism biology” see https://www.slu.se/en/graduate-schools/organism-biology/
More practical details on admission, follow-up of the studies and thesis defense can be found at our internal web.
The ULS PhD Student Council for PhD students at the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences.
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Head of Department: Eva Sundberg, eva.Sundberg@slu.se, 018-673245
Postal address: Box 7080, 750 07 Uppsala, Sweden
Visiting address: Almas allé 5, 756 51 Uppsala, Sweden