I have been at Seton Hall University teaching Microbiology, Senior Biology Seminar,
Emerging & Infectious Diseases, Microbial Physiology, and Bioinformatics since 2008.
My teaching philosophy is to integrate research into science education. My current
research interests include: (1) A novel approach using natural products and its
derivatives as potential therapeutic agents for diseases; (2) Study of physiological
response to various stress factors on bacteria; (3) Environmental probes development for
prediction, early detection and prevention of algal blooms; (4) Molecular mechanism of
lytic/lysogenic Cyanophage AS-1 life cycle; (5) Genome projects and bioinformatic
analyses of cyanobacteria and cyanophage. 

Education 

Ph.D. in Biomedical Informatics, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 

B.S. in Molecular Biology, Montclair State University 

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Tea Polyphenolic Compounds on Herpes Simplex Viruses (with Sandra D. Adams and Lee H. Lee), Cancer Causing Viruses and Their Inhibitors (2013)
 

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The synergistic effects of green tea polyphenols and antibiotics against potential pathogens (with Bobak Haghjoo, Lee H. Lee, Umme Habiba, Hassan Tahir, and Moe Olabi), Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (2013)
 

Bioinformatics Analyses of Chromium Tolerant Genes in Cyanobacteria and Identification of Their Operon in Synechococcus sp. IU 625 (with Lee H. Lee, Richard D. Garrett, Anna Slusarczyk, and Jose L. Perez), Proceedings of The 2013 International Conference on Bioinformatics & Computational Biology (2013)
 

Biology of Human Life Laboratory Manual (with Lee H. Lee and Joseph A. Riggio) (2013)
 

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Physiological effects of nickel chloride on the freshwater cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. IU 625 (with Brian Nohomovich, Bao T. Nguyen, Michael Quintanilla, Lee H. Lee, and Sean R. Murray), Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (2013)