Oberlin College, B.A., Biology and Neuroscience
University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D., Molecular Biology
My lab studies development in free-living and parasitic nematodes. I am particularly interested in understanding the genetic pathways involved in responding to environmental changes like the movement of a parasite from mosquito to human host.
BIO 363 (Molecular Biology); BIO 254 (Biotechnology Lab Methods I); BIO 364 (Biotechnology Lab Methods II); BIO 251 (Introduction to Genetics); BIO 498 (Independent Study); BIO 498R (Biology Research); BIO 120 (Biological Foundations)
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