Faculty

Students pursuing a genomics concentration will work with faculty members from the biology, chemistry and math departments.

Malcolm Campbell

Malcolm Campbell (Director)
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University

I teach introductory biology, a genomics course, and a research course using genomics laboratory methods. I also mentor research students in synthetic biology.

Laurie Heyer

Laurie Heyer
Ph.D. University of Colorado, Boulder

I teach bioinformatics and regularly supervise student projects on the intersection of mathematics, biology, and computer science.

Wendy Raymond

Wendy Raymond
Ph.D. Harvard University

I am a molecular biologist and have taught a variety courses, including genomics, immunology, genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology.

Nicole Snyder

Nicole Snyder
Ph.D. University of Connecticut

I teach introductory organic chemistry and immunology and immunopharmacology, and my research interests include the synthesis of biologically relevant carbohydrate-based constructs and carbohydrate-based catalysts.