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Biology/Human Biology Professors

 

 

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Dr. Amy Wolf

Dr. Amy Wolf

  • Associate Professor, LS 435/ (920) 465-5030/ wolfa@uwgb.edu
  • Courses Taught:  Principles of Ecology; Ecological Methods and Analysis; Issues in Biological Conservation; Seminar in Ecology and Evolution; Introduction to Environmental Science.
  • Research Interests:  conservation biology, plant-insect interactions, forest dynamics, and plant population genetics
  • Education: B.S., M.S. UW-Green Bay; Ph.D. University of California-Davis.
brian

Dr. Brian Merkel

Dr. Brian Merkel

■ LS 409 ■ (920) 465-2262 merkelb@uwgb.edu
 
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Courses Taught: Principles of Microbiology, Human Disease and Society, Immunology, Immunology Lab, and Advanced Microbiology
  • Research Interests: Dr. Merkelís research interests include the effects of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) on immune function in mice and humans.
debra

Dr. Debra Pearson

Dr. Debra Pearson

■ LS 462 ■ (920) 465-2280 pearsond@uwgb.edu
Website: http://www.uwgb.edu/pearsond/
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. University of California at Davis
  • Courses Taught: Food and Nutritional Health, Human Nutrition, Nutritional Biochemistry, Advanced Nutrition and Metabolism, Lifecycle Nutrition
  • Advising: Nutritional Science/Dietetics
     
Leanne

Dr. Leanne Zhu

Dr. Leanne Zhu

  • Assistant Professor, LS 467/920-465-2354/zhul@uwgb.edu
  • Courses Taught: Science of Food Preparation (Lecture & Lab), Community Nutrition, Ethnic Influences on Nutrition, World Food and Population Issues
  • Education: M.S. UW-Milwaukee, Ph.D. Cornell University
  
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Dr. Michael Draney

Dr. Michael Draney

  • Associate Professor, LS 413 / 920-465-2270 / draneym@uwgb.edu
  • Education: B.S. New Mexico State University; M.S., Ph.D. University of Georgia
  • Courses Taught: Introduction to Environmental Sciences; Entomology; Invertebrate Biology; Conservation Biology; Issues in Biological Conservation; Seminar in Ecology and Evolution. 
  • Research Interests: Ecology and taxonomy of invertebrates, especially spiders.
  • Research Opportunities: I have in the past sponsored Independent Research Projects.  I am also very willing to sponsor a Cofrin Research Grant Project. 
doenbush

Dr. Matthew Dornbush

Dr. Matthew Dornbush

  • Associate Professor, LS 464 / 920-465-2264 / dornbusm@uwgb.edu
  • Courses Taught:   Principles of Biology; Plant Physiology; Introduction to Environmental Science
  • Research Interests: Understanding the ecological interaction of plants, soil, and microbes, generally placed within the context of restoration and invasion ecology
  • Education:  B.A. Augustana College, M.S., Ph.D. Iowa State University
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Dr. Craig Hanke

Dr. Craig Hanke

■ LS 403 ■ (920) 465-5039 hankec@uwgb.edu
 
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Courses Taught: Introduction to Human Biology, Human Physiology, Human Physiology Lab, Science and Religion, Neurobiology, Comparative Physiology
  • Research Interests: http://www.uwgb.edu/humbio/faculty/Hanke_C.asp
howe

Dr. Robert Howe

Robert W. Howe,

  • Professor, Biology. Director, Cofrin Center for Biodiversity.
  • CH 212 / 920-465-2272 / hower@uwgb.edu
  • Courses Taught: Ornithology; Mammalogy; Introduction to Environmental Sciences
  • Research interests include vertebrate ecology and conservation biology, bird population dynamics, and forest landscape ecology
  • B.S. Notre Dame University; M.S., Ph.D. UW-Madison.
jmarker

Dr. James Marker

Dr. James C. Marker  

■ LS 445 ■ (920) 465-2230 markerj@uwgb.edu
Website: http://www.uwgb.edu/markerj/home.htm
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. Brigham Young University
  • Courses Taught: Exercise Physiology, Sports Physiology, Kinesiology, Introduction to Human Biology, Human Disease and Society
  • Research Interest: http://www.uwgb.edu/humbio/faculty/Marker_J.asp
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Dr. Kimberly Baker

Dr. Kimberly Baker

■ LS 450 ■ (920) 465-2283 bakerk@uwgb.edu
 
  • Assistant Professor
  • Ph.D. Ohio State University
  • Courses Taught: Principles of Biology, Human Genetics, Developmental Biology, Cell Biology (Lab)
     
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Dr. Michael Hencheck

Dr. Michael Hencheck

  • Associate Professor, LS 402/(920) 465-2803/hencheckm@uwgb.ed
  •  Ph.D. Ohio State University
  • Courses Taught:  Principles of Physic I & II

 

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Dr. Uwe Pott

Dr. Uwe Pott

  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. University of Zurich
  • Courses Taught: Principles of Biology I, Genetics, Genetics Lab, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biology Lab, Animal Behavior
  • Contact Link: http://www.uwgb.edu/pottu/
warren

Dr. Warren Johnson

Dr. Warren Johnson
  •  LS 451/(920)465-2275/johnsonw@uwgb.edu
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. University of Iowa
  • Courses Taught: Biochemistry, Biochemistry Lab, Biotechnology and Human Values, Introduction to Becoming a Scientist
Meinhardt

Dr. Daniel Meinhardt

Dr. Daniel Meinhardt
  • LS 454/(920) 465-2398/meinhada@uwgb.edu
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. University of Kansas
  • Courses Taught:  Introduction to Human Biology, Evolutionary Biology, Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates
 nelson

Dr. Amanda Nelson

 

Dr. Amanda Nelson

■ LS 452 ■ (920) 465-2197 nelsona@uwgb.edu
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Courses Taught: Introduction to Human Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Kinesiology, Human Physiology (Lab)
  • Research Interests: http://www.uwgb.edu/humbio/faculty/Nelson_A.asp

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