David Singleton

Dept. of Biological Sciences

Office:  LS229

Phone: 815-1280

Teaching Schedule   

Spring 2012

BIO216 Unseen Life

Lecture MW  1:00-1:50  CH236

Lab M 2:00-4:45  LS211

 

BIO230/231  Microbiology

Section

Time

Location

Lecture section 101

MWF 11:00-11:50

CH223

Section 103

MW 5:00-6:15

LS312

Lab section 501

W 8:00-10:45

LS211

Section 503

Th 8:00-10:45

LS211

Section 504

Th 11:00-1:45

LS211

For potential Senior Thesis projects, here is a copy of the Clark Lecture Series talk I gave in March 2009: Clark talk March 2009.ppt

I am interested in the mechanisms by which fungi are able to modify the characteristics of surface proteins. Potential projects would utilize many of the basic techniques of modern cell and molecular biology for the modification of common fungal model species. Specific methodologies can include: epitope tagging of yeast proteins, subcellular localization of specific components, interaction studies using techniques like the yeast two-hybrid system. 

If you have a project in mind with a more general "Microbiology" slant, I am available for advice helping you with experimental design.

Office Hours

M/W/F  12-1

T/Th  2-3

Other times by arrangement

 

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