There’s a phrase that’s become popular over the past two years, emblazoned on T-shirts and bumper stickers, and in the lexicon of strong-willed women everywhere: “Nevertheless, she persisted.” This phrase could be used to describe Meagan Collins, who will graduate Saturday with bachelor’s degrees in biomedical science and psychology.
In Lynchburg College’s Physiological Psychology Lab, the zebrafish are exercising. No, the striped, guppy-like fish aren’t doing step aerobics in tiny sneakers, but what they are doing is helping a team of researchers learn about the effects of exercise on anxiety.
Working as a respiratory therapist while attending Lynchburg College, Mike Davis ’08 learned to balance classes and work productively. Those lessons came in handy when he co-founded a respiratory therapy school in Liberia while in graduate school.
Alyson Black ’16 lives to learn. She reads constantly. She asks questions and seeks out the answers. Lately, she has spent a lot of time in a chemistry lab exploring the way some molecules in the human immune system respond to E. coli. Grades are a nice result of all this work, but they are […]
Assistant Professor of Biology 434.544.8621 *protected email* Experience 2011-present, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Lynchburg 2005-2011, Associate Professor of Biology, Augusta State University 2004-2005, Assistant Professor of Biology, Georgia Perimeter College 2002-2004, Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University 1996-2002, Graduate research assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison Education PhD, Genetics – University of […]
Katarina “Katie” Stoffers ’15 spent 12 weeks this past summer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.
She worked in Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis under the direction of Dr.
Thirteen middle-school girls designed roller coasters and solar cars and baked pizza in a solar oven of their own making at an LC-camp designed to increase interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) among sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders.