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About Sharon Cooper, Ph.D.

Dr. Sharon Cooper completed her B.S. in molecular and cellular biology from Cedarville. During her time at Cedarville, she completed two summer internships: one at Princeton University and the other at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. While at Ohio State for graduate school she studied molecules involved in neural development. The majority of her research focused on one particular gene (protocadherin-19), which is linked to childhood epilepsy.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Biology, Cedarville University Department of Science and Mathematics
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Honors and Awards

  • Life Science Interdisciplinary Graduate Program Symposium Outstanding Poster Presentation, The Ohio State University - 2015

Courses

  • Cell Biology Lab
  • Senior Seminar
  • Molecular Biology of the Cell
  • Eukaryotic Gene Regulation

Education

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B.S., Cedarville University
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Ph.D., The Ohio State University
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Contact Information

Department of Science and Mathematics
Cedarville University
ENS 230C
937-766-3254

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Conference Presentations (4)

Dissertation (1)

Poster Presentations (5)

Refereed Journal Articles (2)