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Lora Arduser, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Professional and Technical Writing, University of Cincinnati

Lora Arduser is Assistant Professor of Professional and Technical Writing in the University of Cincinnati’s Department of English and Comparative Literature, where she teaches science and medical writing classes at the graduate and undergraduate levels…

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Christopher Gillen, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology, Kenyon College

An expert in animal physiology, Christopher Gillen is the author of Reading Primary Literature and The Hidden Mechanics of Exercise (forthcoming from Harvard University Press), dealing with the molecular biology of exercise and athletics. Gillen’s research…

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Karen Hicks, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology, Kenyon College

Hicks joined the Kenyon faculty in 1999 and teaches courses in genetics and developmental biology, as well as introductory lecture and lab classes. Her research focuses on the regulation of reproductive development in land plants in response to photoperiodic…

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Andrew Kerkhoff, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology and Mathematics, Kenyon College

Andrew Kerkhoff is a quantitative ecologist whose research interests include scaling theory and allometry, the functional and phylogenetic components of biodiversity, and the evolution, biogeography, and ecology of plant-herbivore interactions. He has…

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Wade Powell, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology, Kenyon College

Wade Powell, professor of biology, joined the Kenyon faculty in 2000 following a postdoctoral appointment at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. His teaching responsibilities include molecular biology and genomics, environmental toxicology, gene…

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John Wagner, Ph.D.

Professor of Neuroscience, Weill Cornell Medical College

John A. Wagner holds multiple posts at Weill Cornell Medical College, including Professor of Neuroscience at the Brain and Mind Research Institute, Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, and Professor of Neurology.  Scientific writing is of special…

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