Science teaching, science learning
sharing evidence-based practices for undergraduate science faculty
In course-based research experiences and independent research experiences, undergraduates at Centenary College investigated conserved features in CK1 protein kinases via bioinformatics, molecular modeling, and molecular biology, using the model yeast protein Yck2.
During my post-doc with Professor Don Hunt at University of Virginia, I developed and applied mass spectrometry-based proteomics methods to investigate various signaling mechanisms.
I am interested in how findings from cognitive and educational psychology translate to undergraduate STEM courses as well as how meaningful research experiences can be incorporated into credit-bearing biology courses.
During my graduate work with Professor L. Jackson Roberts II, I characterized a series of highly reactive free radical-catalyzed lipid peroxidation products and the protein adducts they form.