Department of Biology
Biology Faculty Profile
Kathleen Campbell
Senior Lecturer
kathleen.campbell@emory.edu
Office Phone: 404-727-2937 | Lab Phone: 404-727-0793
Office Room: Rollins 1025
Office Address: Emory University, Department of Biology, O. Wayne Rollins Research Center, 1510 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta , GA 30322
Lab Room: 1462 Building Room 115

Degree:

B.S. University of California, Santa Cruz, 1979
Ph.D. University of Wyoming, 1984

My thesis research involved development of an in vivo system to study regulation of gene expression in yeast.  Following my post-doctoral position, I assumed a faculty position and continued my new area of research involving biological pesticides and their physiological interactions with target pests.  Although I loved research, in 1993, I chose to focus on my passion to teach. 

My teaching experience spans twenty years and the Universities of Wyoming, Montana, and California at Davis.  I began teaching at Emory in the fall of ’98.  My focus here is on microbiology lectures (Biol 370, Biol 470) and laboratory (Biol 370L).  I also love to teach my freshman seminar course (Biol 190) entitled DNA and Forensics.  Very recently I have enjoyed the opportunity to be involved in the Foundations of Modern Biology series (Biol 141/142) as well.  My philosophy in each of my courses is for students to understand concepts and how they fit into the big picture of the biological sciences.


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