Dr. Erin Zimmer

Professor, Biology
Associate Professor/Director of Allied Health Programs

B.S., Biology, Saint Mary’s College, 1997
Ph.D., Human Genetics, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, 2001

Human genetics, molecular genetics

American Society of Human Genetics
National Association of Science Teachers

Exceptional Service:

Reviewer, Journal of College Science Teaching, NSTA publication

Organizing Committee Member for American Society of Human Genetics: Undergraduate Genetics Education Workshop

Scholarly Presentations:

Zimmer, E. L. (2018, October). Best practices in genetics undergraduate education. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA.

Recent Presentations:
Zimmer, E. & Bowling, B. (November 5, 2012) Linking Basic Concepts to Exome Sequening. American Society of Human Genetics Meeting: Undergraduate Genetics Education Workshop, San Francisco, CA.

Zimmer, E. & Kozak, E. (February 18, 2013). Evolution of Biology Assessment Program. 13th Annual Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, TX.

Reviewer, Journal College Science Teaching

Reviewer, American Biology Teacher

Dr. Erin Zimmer, presented a talk entitled “Using Case Studies to Bring Big Data into the Classroom” at the American Society of Human Genetics Undergraduate Genetics Education Workshop in Baltimore, MD.

Bowling, B., Zimmer, E., & Pyatt, R. (2014). Bringing Next-Generation Sequencing into the Classroom through a Comparison of Molecular Biology Techniques. The American Biology Teacher 76(6):396-401.

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