Dr. Perlin's Academic Universe
We investigate the evolution of host/pathogen interactions, primarily at the molecular genetic and biochemical levels. If you would like to read a more in-depth description of the research of my lab you may do so by clicking the link.
Examples ofrecent publications from my lab are found in the link.
I teach the following courses:
Biol 330 Genetics & Molecular Biology (Spring semesters)
Biol 331 Genetics & Molecular Biology Lab (Spring semesters)
Biol 410 Misuse of Biology in Film and Pop Culture (alternating Fall semesters)
Biol 542/642 Gene Structure and Function (Spring semesters)
Biol 416 Biotechnology Methods (alternating Fall semesters)
Biol 575/675 Evolution of Genes and Genomes (alternating Fall semesters)
Students interested in joining my lab should contact me via e-mail to discuss your interests.