Teaching Experience

Summary of  Teaching Experience

  • 2009 – Present: Assistant Professor of Instruction in Biology. Human Biology 1001; Reasoning for Biology 1009 (Fall 2016); Mammalian Physiology-Labs (Biology 3334 and BioEngineering 5737) and Cell Structure, Genetics, Intro to Biology-Labs (3096-2203-1111); Interim Lab Coordinator Human Biology 1001 (Fall 2016); Lecture Coordinator, Mastering Biology (BIO1111), College of Science & Technology, Department of Biology, Temple University, Philadelphia.
  • 2011 – Summer II: Adjunct Professor in Human Physiology (DPT8512-Lectures), College of Health Professions, Department of Physical Therapy, Temple University, Philadelphia.
  • Spring 2009: Adjunct Faculty; Genetics – Labs (Biology 2203), College of Science & Technology, Department of Biology, Temple University, Philadelphia.
  • 2009 – Summer I & II: Adjunct Faculty; Anatomy & Physiology [I & II] (BIO 103/104: Lectures and Labs), Harcum College, School of Allied Health Science, Department of Biology, Bryn Mawr, Philadelphia.
  • 2008: Laboratory Teaching Associate of Molecular Diagnostic Techniques (Graduate and Undergrad. – Bioscience Technologies: Medical Technology – MT507: Clinical & Molecular Lab Techn/CT307: Cellular & Molecular Lab Techn) – College of Health Professions, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia.
  • 2005-2008: Established my teaching experience as Co-Coordinator of GE637: Advanced Human Genetics, and Lecturer (GE637; GE612) of “MicroRNA genes and human disease” (Ph.D. Program – Biomedical Sciences – Genetics). Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia.
  • 2007: The MUSMIRSUS (Mus miRNA susceptibility loci) DATABASE (Version II) was created to compare the positions of microRNA (miRNA) genes with the positions of solid tumor susceptibility and modifier loci in the mouse. Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia.
  • 2002-2005: Patent: microRNAs located in or near cancer associated chromosomal features. Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia.

 

 

 


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