Warren Johnson, Ph.D
Associate Professor, Retired
Advising: Human Biology (Health Science, General & Cytotechnology), Biology (Molecular), Chemistry (Biochemistry), Pre-Pharmacy.
Research Interests: Protein structure and function, gene regulation, electroporation. Undergraduate students do most current research projects in my lab. Recent projects include: 1) Analysis of Dilution Inactivation of β-galactosidase, 2) A mini Colorimetric Assay based on Pierce 660® Reagent, 3) Effect of Cations on the Stability of β-galactosidase from E. coli, 4) In vitro versus in vivo Comparison of the KM for β-galactosidase from E. coli.
Other Interests: Family, gardening, camping, woodworking
Education: Ph.D., Biochemistry, December 1984, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.; M.S., Chemistry, August 1978, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.; B.A., Chemistry and Biology, May 1973, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN.
- Biochemistry Lab
- Biotechnology and Ethics
- Introduction to Becoming a Scientist
- Laboratory Safety
- Cell Biology Lab
- Biotechnology and Human Values