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Meg Bentley

Director in Residence of Laboratories Department of Biology

I earned a PhD in Molecular Biology and Genetics from Northwestern University studying the role of protein ubiquitination and the APC/C complex in Drosophila melongaster. After research and teaching post-doctoral fellowships at Harvard Medical School, I decided to dedicate my research to science teaching and curriculum development. Currently, I teach Biology 100, 110, 210 and upper level courses for majors, including developmental and cell biology. I am also developing interdisciplinary general education courses for non-majors and laboratory, research-based courses for science majors.

Degrees

PhD, Northwestern University; BS, Davidson College

Office
CAS - Biology
Hurst - 112B
Contact Info
(202) 885-2196

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Teaching

  • Summer 2015

    • BIO-696 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: Struct/Func of Cells & DNA
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