|Present||Professor of Biology, Montclair State University ‐ Biology|
Honors and Awards
- 1981 - 1982 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Postdoctoral Training Grant, Yale University, New Haven, CT
- 1985 - 1987 Henry Rutgers Research Fellow, Rutgers University. Provided laboratory support ($17,500 per year) and release from teaching responsibilities.
- 1990 Appointed Visiting Scholar, Academia Sinica, People's Republic of China
- (to teach a Workshop in Methods in Plant Molecular Biology and to construct genomic and cDNA libraries of Hevea brasiliensis at the Institute of Genetics, Beijing co-sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the US Academy of Sciences)
- 1994 Selected as Mendel Lecturer, Saint Peter’s College, Jersey City, NJ. Presented seminar entitled “Ethylene, Stress, and Gene Expression: How Plants Cope with Hard Times." 43rd Annual Gregor Mendel Lecture at Saint Peter’s College, Jersey City, NJ.
- BIOL556 Molecular Biology of Proteins
- BIOL435 Experimental Molecular Biology
- BIOL380 Genetics
|1982 - 1984||Postdoctoral Fellow, The Rockefeller University ‐ Laboratory of Plant Molecular Biology|
|1981 - 1982||Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University ‐ Biology|
|1978 - 1981||PhD, Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway ‐ Plant Biology|
|1975 - 1978||MS, Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway ‐ Plant Biology|
|1971 - 1975||BS, Saint Joseph's University ‐ Biology|
Dr. John J. Gaynor
Department of Biology
Montclair State University
1 Normal Avenue
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
Journal Articles (25)
Top-Down Impacts of Sea Nettles (Chrysaora quinquecirrha) on Pelagic Community ...
Department of Biology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works (2017)
Coastal communities are substantially affected by human activities and create environments conducive to opportunistic species and structural changes in food ...
Diet assessment of the Atlantic Sea Nettle Chrysaora quinquecirrha in ...
Department of Biology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works (2016)
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) methodologies have proven useful in deciphering the food items of generalist predators, but have yet to be ...