4 Departments Dedicated to Advancing the Biological Sciences

The Charlie Dunlop School of Biological Sciences is one of the largest academic units at UC Irvine with over 3,900 undergraduates and nearly 400 graduate students. Our 4 departments lead research from unraveling Alzheimer’s disease and addiction in Neurobiology and Behavior to investigating cancer origins and drug design in Developmental and Cell Biology and Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, our interdisciplinary approach addresses pressing biological questions. Additionally, our Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department explores sustainability and the future of our planet. Committed to academic excellence, we strive to unravel the complexities of life through cutting-edge research.

Dr Joleah Lamb surveying coral

Dunlop School Faculty

The Dunlop School faculty consists of many highly distinguished members who rank highly in the National Research Council faculty productivity rankings. Our prestigious professors and researchers have also received numerous international, national and campus awards through the years. Additionally, with the quality of junior faculty and recent hires, the continued excellence and standing of the School of Biological Sciences is very promising.

The Charlie Dunlop School of Biological Sciences Office of Academic Personnel

Our office oversees all faculty appointments, as well as review of merit, promotion, and advancement files for senate and non-senate faculty. Find important resources and information about the Associate Dean of Academic Personnel.