Teaching

Bio356, Genetics and Gene Regulation, is an upper division lecture-laboratory course focusing on mechanisms of eukaryotic gene regulation and the experimental approaches used to elucidate them. The laboratory includes an independent research project. I offer an advanced seminar course in which we discuss the research literature on telomeres and telomerase, and either 4 weeks of Biology 101/102, or a sophomore lecture-conference course on human molecular genetics. Reed students can access the relevant materials on the Courses Server.