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Faculty Profile

Lisa Farmer

Instructional Assistant Professor
Department of Biology and Biochemistry

Office: Science & Research 2, 221J
Contact: - (713) 743-8560

Education: Ph.D., Genetics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Postdoctoral Research, Rice University, Postdoctoral Research, Baylor College of Medicine

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Dr. Lisa Farmer’s goal as an instructor is to introduce students to biological concepts and stimulate enthusiasm and appreciation for the field, particularly in her areas of expertise – genetics, molecular biology and plant physiology. Farmer aims to produce students who bear the knowledge of scientific facts, understand the process of scientific discovery, can analyze and critically evaluate the work of biologists, and are familiar with the ethos and practical function of the scientific community.

Organizations, Outreach, Boards, Memberships:

American Society of Plant Biologists

Courses Taught:

Introduction to Biological Science (BIOL 1361)
Introduction to Biological Science (BIOL 1362)
General Biology (BIOL 1310)
General Biology (BIOL 1320)
Plant Physiology (BIOL 3345)
Molecular Biology (BIOL 4320)