College of Arts & Sciences
Dr. Carolyn Bentivegna

Carolyn S. Bentivegna, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Dr. Bentivegna is interested in the study of genetic diversity in molecular biology.
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Allan D. Blake, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Dr. Blake's laboratory research focuses on the molecular pharmacology of somatostatin receptors.
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Sulie Chang

Sulie Chang, Ph.D.


Dr. Sulie Chang is a Professor in the Department of Biological Studies.
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Dr. Tin-Chun Chu

Tin-Chun Chu, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Dr. Chu's research interests include molecular microbiology, microbial physiology, genomics and biomedical informatics.
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Marian Glenn

Marian Glenn, Ph.D.


Dr. Glenn is a Biologist with broad interests in the Liberal Arts.
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Jane Ko

Jane L. Ko, Ph.D.

Associate Professor; Chair

Dr. Ko's main research is to study a neuronal receptor regulation under physiological and pathological conditions.
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Roberta L. Moldow, Ph.D.


Dr. Roberta Moldow's research interest is the neuroendocrinology of the stress response.
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Edward Tall

Edward G. Tall, Ph.D.

Faculty Associate of Biological Sciences

Dr. Tall's training is cross-disciplinary; he enjoys teaching students to appreciate the interrelatedness of subjects.
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Heping Zhou, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Dr. Zhou specializes in : cell biology, functional genomics, innate immunology, and molecular biology.
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Faculty Emeriti

Linda Hsu
PhD, University of Michigan
Associate Professor, Emeritus
University of Michigan

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Ahmad Ghayasuddin

Associate Professor - Emeritus

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Eliot Krause, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor - Emeritus

Dr. Krause teaches Biology for non-science majors, Human Genetics and Evolution.
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Ph.D. Dr. Allan Blake

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