|Present||Professor, Department of Biology, Framingham State University|
Honors and Awards
- Distinguished Faculty Award for Scholarship, Framingham State Univerisity, 2011
- Envs 101, Introduction to Environmental Science
- Biol 341, Marine Biology
- Biol 402, Processes of Organic Evolution
- Biol 161, Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology
|1972 - 1979||PhD, University of Southern California ‐ Biological Science|
|1968 - 1970||BA, University of California, Berkeley ‐ Zoology|
Hemenway Hall 518
Evolution of Repetitive Proteins: Spider Silks from Nephila Clavipes (Tetragnathidae ...
Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (1998)
Spider silks are highly repetitive proteins, characterized by regions of polyalanine and glycine-rich repeating units. We have obtained two variants ...
Nephila Clavipes Dragline Silk: Approaches to a Recombinantly Produced Silk ...
MRS Proceedings, 1993 MRS Fall Meeting - Symposium S – Biomolecular Materials by Design (1993)
Spider silks exhibit an unusual combination of strength and toughness that distinguishes them from other natural and synthetic fibers. Silk ...
The Inheritance of Morphological Variation in Pileolaria pseudomilitaris (Polychaeta: Spirorbidae)
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (1981)
The genetic control of morphological variation (expressed as heritability) was examined by means of laboratory culture in Pileolaria pseudomilitaris [Simplaria ...