Miami University Graduate School least one microbiology course and must teach a service a result of the research activitiesand expertise The doctoral program in microbiology was last reviewed http://www.units.muohio.edu/gradschool/objectives/microbiology.html
Extractions: The Department of Microbiology at Miami University has maintained a strong commitment to providing an education of the very highest quality to its doctoral, master's and baccalaureate students in microbiology. In defining this mission the department established two broad areas of emphasis for both the curricular and research programs for its doctoral students - Host-Pathogen Interactions and Genetics and Physiology of Microorganisms . As microorganisms have come to play an increasingly important role in biotechnology development and utilization in industry and basic research and as the threat of emerging and drug-resistant pathogenic microorganisms increases for the world population, such emphases in the education of our doctoral students have been significantly validated. In recent years, the department has added the area of environmental microbiology to these doctoral curricular and research opportunities for our graduate students. There are twelve graduate faculty in the Department of Microbiology, 26 graduate students at the present time, and three postdoctoral positions which are continuously supported via departmental Academic Challenge funding. Additional postdoctoral and graduate student support has been acquired through external grant funding awarded to the graduate faculty. The faculty work closely with their graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with the common goal of carrying out research of high quality which will result in publication of their work in refereed journals, in turn leading to significant research funding from foundations, industry and federal agencies. The faculty and students of the Department of Microbiology have been highly successful in achieving these goals in recent years.
Home Page Of Wayne Lee Forday I currently teach Biochemical Engineering, Advanced Analytical Biochemistry; IntroductoryMicrobiology; Instrumentation; Horticultural Research activities. http://www.np.edu.sg/~dept-bio/staff_pages/staff_info/staff_forday.htm
Extractions: Singapore 599 489 Hi I'm Wayne Forday. I joined the department in 1990. I currently teach Biochemical Engineering, Advanced Analytical Biochemistry and Horticultural Engineering at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. I'm into web-based education and fermentation technology. Ikeep fish and enjoy working with computers. Why not check out my pages on Corydoras Biochemistry and Biochemical Engineering I am interested in history and cosmology. I also run and swim. I used to be the web master of the web pages for the School for Life Sciences and Chemical Technology . I've also written a couple for other people including Singapore Hydroponics (currently off-line) and the Singapore Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology Here's some more about me....
Michael Davis CCSU Biology Home Page Introductory Biology I also usually teach one section but there are some activitiesand assignments Bio 490/540, Medical microbiology Medical microbiology is http://www.biology.ccsu.edu/davis/
Extractions: I usually teach Bio 316, Microbiology, every semester and once during the summer. This Spring (2003), Microbiology lecture meets MWF from 1:00 - 2:00 pm in Copernicus Hall Rm 22404, and lab meets R from 11:00 to 1:50 pm in Copernicus Hall Rm 306. Click on the link for complete course details. Bio 111, Introductory Biology I also usually teach one section of Bio 111, Introductory Biology, in the Spring that's open to all students. However, this Spring (2003), I am not teaching this course. My fall semester of Bio 111 is usually an FYE offering, open only to first year students. This link describes my Spring 2000 version of Bio 111. Bio 111, Introductory Biology FYE
Participants Biology in the Fall semester and microbiology and Botany in and like to bring handsonactivities to my I teach English, Oral Communication, Spanish, and Speech http://www.scsc.k12.ar.us/2000TexNatHist/Participants/Default.htm
Extractions: of field investigations to teach science this is the sixth year I have served as professor of record and trail boss for the SCSC/SAU field project. Ron Goddard I have been a participant of all of the Out West experiences. I am a chemistry and ecology teacher at Waldron High School. I have a BS in Fish and Wildlife Management from Arkansas Tech University (1974) as well as a Masters in Science Education (1986). After 15 years as a football coach at Atkins and Waldron High Schools, I have spent the past 11 years as a fulltime classroom teacher. My students and I are involved in several birding and ecology related research projects. Dr. Randall Adams My degrees are in Entomology from Oklahoma State University with some 60+ hrs of course work beyond the Ph.D. at New Mexico State University, Stephen F. Austin University, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and Southern Arkansas University. I teach entomology, plant science, and economic courses. I have been a SAU for 26 years. I supervise the greenhouse and grow vegetables each year for sale by the Department. I have worked on nematodes of turf and forage grasses. I am currently involved in a EPA project to revegated the oil and salt affected soils in south Arkansas. I enjoy travel, collecting plants and especially arthropods. Dr. Henry Robison
Valeria A. Granus I teach Parasitology in several other medical labs for all Department Microbiologycourses My research activities include collaborative studies with Department http://www.hsc.wvu.edu/micro/faculty/watson.htm
Extractions: Valerie Watson Publications: Valerie A. Watson, John B. Barnett and Rosana Schafer. 2000. In Vivo Cytokine Production and Resistance to Infection after Acute Exposure to 3,4-Dichloropropionaniline. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 60: 391-406 Thompson HA, Chen S-Y, Suhan ML and Watson V. 1999. Genetic transformation of Coxiella burnetii: origins, vectors and recombination. Rickettsiae and Rickettsial Diseases at the Turn of the Third Millenium 74-83. Benson, W.H., I.S. Snyder, V. Granus, J.V. Odom, and M. Macsai. 1993. Tetanus Prophylaxis Following Ocular Injuries. Journal of Emergency Medicine 11 (6): 677-683. Wieder, R.K., G.E. Lang, and V.A. Granus. 1987. Sulphur transformations in Sphgnum-derived peat during incubation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 19: 101-106.0 Return to Microbiology/Immunology Home Page Last updated 14 February 2002 by James M. Sheil
Melissa B. Riley QUALIFICATIONS BS, MS, microbiology and Ph.D., 1990, Plant Physiology, Clemson TeachingActivitiesTeach PL PA 809 analytical techniques in agricultural and http://pppweb.clemson.edu/FACULTY/Riley.htm
Extractions: PHONE: 864-656-0580 (Office) FAX: 864-656-0274 E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org OFFICE: Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, 218 Long Hall, Clemson University, Box 340377, Clemson, SC 29634-0377 QUALIFICATIONS: B.S., M.S., Microbiology and Ph.D., 1990, Plant Physiology, Clemson University. Director Multi-User Analytical Laboratory 1) Organization, maintenance and operation of analytical instrumentation associated with Multi-User Analytical laboratory, 2) Develop procedures for sample analysis from various research projects throughout the university, 3) Teach technicians graduate and undergraduate students use and operation of analytical equipment, 4) Develop research projects dealing with use of analytical equipment. Research Interest: Detection and analysis of pesticide residues in water and investigation of ways to reduce the movement of pesticides into water sources. Chemical characterization, isolation, and analysis of various compounds produced in plants and microorganisms including alkaloids, plant growth regulators, and toxins especially related to plant pathogen:plant interactions. Teaching Activities: Teach PL PA 809 analytical techniques in agricultural and biological sciences to non-chemistry majors, EN SP 200 an undergraduate course covering basic principles of environmental science, and PlPA 401/601 an undergraduate/graduate Introductory Plant Pathology course.
RMIT - Methods In Secondary Physical Sport Education 1 2.5 For the first unit you will teach, describe 2.5.1 Previous experience 7. Lessonactivities are clear, well planned, interesting and consistent with both http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse/Academic Programs/Course Guides/Life Sciences/L-Z/
Extractions: Departamento de Genética Molecular y Microbiología Jefe de Departamento: Prof. Bernardo González Ojeda English Version El Departamento de Genética Molecular y Microbiología (DGMM) se formó a fines del año 1996, con profesores que pertenecían al Departamento de Biología Celular y Molecular. Cuenta actualmente con diez profesores a jornada completa, más un profesor con 6 h semanales. El promedio de edad de sus académicos es de 47 años. El objetivo fundamental del DGMM es continuar y fortalecer el desarrollo de la investigación en Genética Molecular y Microbiología, a través del estudio de la estructura y expresión de los genomas de células procarióticas, células eucarióticas y de virus. La expresión de estos genomas se estudia también en el contexto de distintos problemas biológicos de interés, como el estudio de los mecanismos de patogenicidad de virus y bacterias en células animales, el mecanismo de defensa a patógenos en células vegetales y los mecanismos de biodegradación microbiana. Más específicamente, las actuales líneas de investigación de los miembros del DGMM son: