‘Biochemistry/Molecular Biology’ Category

Ezedin Seid ’24

“I’m always blown away by how willing and enthusiastic faculty are to help their students succeed. I’ve seen that in class and during office hours.” Ezedin chose Gustavus partially for the small class sizes and one-on-one relationships with professors and this is exactly what he has found within the Biochemistry/Molecular Biology major. As a pre-med […]

Sophia Nelson ’23

“In my capstone course (Proteins), the lab is group-based and relies on the passing off of information to group mates, which prepares you for research and other careers.” Having always been passionate about the math and science fields, Sophia decided to double major in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology and Mathematics knowing that she wanted to pursue research […]

Ashley Ley ’23

“Biochemistry/Molecular Biology professors are very accessible and foster a very positive and helpful work environment.” Coming to Gustavus as an intended STEM major, Ashley decided to major in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology as in intersection of her two favorite science fields: Biology and Chemistry. Within the program, she has found an extremely supportive and collaborative community that […]

Professor Jeff Dahlseid ’90

“One of the things that attracted me as a professor was the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology program.” I grew up in Fergus Falls. My parents met at Gustavus. They were both first- generation college students who became public educators and really strong proponents of the liberal arts. I was interested in the biomolecular fields and […]