Associate Professor of Health Sciences
I have always loved science. I originally wanted to earn a PhD and enter the world of academic research, but in grad school I realized that I enjoyed learning about research more than I liked doing it. So, I quit my PhD program and transitioned to teaching -- and I have never looked back! I have been teaching at NCCC since 2010.
I live in Saranac Lake with my husband, stepsons, daughter, dog, and cat. I don't have many interesting hobbies -- I love to read and I love to be outside in the Adirondacks (though I prefer sitting in a chair by the lake to hiking up a mountain). And I don't think I could live without coffee or chocolate.
- B.A. in Biology from Washington University in St. Louis, 2005
- One-year fellowship at the National Cancer Institute, 2006
- M.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from University of Pennsylvania, 2010
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