Faculty & Staff

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.

Rachid El Bejjani

Rachid El Bejjani
Ph.D. University of Arizona

I teach introductory biology as well as genomics courses of genetics, cell and molecular neuroscience and genome editing. I also mentor students in neuroscience research using genomic methods.

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.

Staff

Jenny Ingraham

Jenny Ingraham
Administrative Assistant
B.P.S. The Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park

My responsibilities include coordinating guest speaker details, helping process payments and reimbursements, and promoting the Genomics program through social media.