B.A., Wellesley College
Ph.D., Brown University
BIOL 100 – General Biology
BIOL 462 – Molecular Biology
BIOL 466 – Molecular and Cellular Techniques
BIOL 264 / 265 -- Frontiers in BioMolecular Science
BIOL 472 – Senior Seminar in Molecular Biology
Cell Biology Labs
Areas of Specialization:
Molecular, Developmental and Cell Biology.
Using molecular-based methods such as Southern/Northern hybridizations, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), RFLP analysis, DNA sequencing, and recombinant DNA technology, I studied genes whose DNA is amplified during the larval development of a fungal gnat called Sciara
2002. Molecular analysis of the Drosophila miniature-dusky (m-
2001. Maintenance of the DNA puff expanded state is independent of active replication and transcription. Chromosoma. 110: 186-196. E.H. Mok, H.S. Smith, S.M. DiBartolomeis, A.W. Kerrebrock, L.J. Rothschild, T.S. Lange, and S.A. Gerbi.
1993. Developmental progression of DNA puffs in Sciara
1993. DNA amplification in DNA puff II/9A of Sciara
1992. A superfamily of Drosophila satellite related (SR) DNA repeats restricted to the X chromosome euchromatin. Nuc. Acids Res. 20: 1113-1116. (with K. Tartof and F. Jackson).
1991. Mutational analysis of the Drosophila miniature dusky (m-
1989. Molecular characterization of DNA puff II/9A genes in Sciara