Tom Parker

Education

B.A., Biology, University of Texas, Austin, 1973

M.A, Ecology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1975

Ph.D., Ecology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1977

 

Leticia Marquez-Magana

Leticia Márquez-Magaña, PhD is Professor of Biology and the Director of the Health Equity Research (HER) Laboratory at San Francisco State University. She is the first-born daughter of Mexican immigrants and began her education in the U.S. as a monolingual Spanish speaker. Professor Márquez-Magaña attended Stanford University as the first member of her extended U.S. family to complete high school. She earned a co-terminal BS/MS degree in Biological Sciences at Stanford, and went on to earn a PhD in Biochemistry at UC Berkeley.

Gretchen Lebuhn

Interests: Plant evolutionary ecology, pollinator conservation and climate change.

My lab focuses on the effects of anthropogenic change on plant and animal communities from local to continental scales.We are currently working on the effect of wildfire on pollinator communities, the impacts of climate warming on urban pollinators  and the montane meadow pollinators.

Z He

My Lab's Research focuses Include Molecular Mechanisms of Cell-Cell and Cell-Environment Communications in Plant Development, Vitamin B6 and Ultraviolet B (UV-B) Signaling, Plant Stress Physiology.         

Michael A Goldman

I did my undergraduate work in Biology at the University of Rochester, and obtained a Ph.D. in evolutionary biology at Purdue University in 1981. Turning to human genetics, I completed two fellowships in Medical Genetics, one at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, the other at the University of Washington in Seattle. I joined the faculty at San Francisco State University in 1988, where I am currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Biology.

Megumi M Fuse

Education

B.Sc.  University of Toronto, Mathematics/Biology, 1987

M.Sc.  York University, Biology: Supervisor: Dr. K.G. Davey, 1990

Ph.D.  University of Toronto, Zoology: Supervisor: Dr. I. Orchard, 1998

Carmen R Domingo

Education

University of California, Irvine                        B.S.                         1987                        Biological Sciences

University of California, Berkeley                   Ph.D                        1995                        Molecular & Cell Biology

University of California, Berkeley                   Fellow                     1997                        Integrative Biology

 

Positions and Employment

Jose R De La Torre, Ph.D.

  • AB in Molecular Biology from the University of Californa, Berkeley
  • PhD in Biochemistry & Biophysics from the University of California, San Francisco
  • Post-doctoral Research in Microbial Ecology & Genomics at the University of California at Berkeley, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) and the University of Washington, Seattle

 

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