Megan Dobro, assistant professor of human biology, received her B.S. from Bridgewater State University and her Ph.D. in molecular biology from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
Her work has focused on the structural biology of protein complexes involved in HIV infection and cell division. Her research interests include microbiology, molecular biology, microscopy, and biological illustration/animation. She is also passionate about diversity issues and traveling.
NS-124T: HIV/AIDS: 30 Years Later (Fall 2013)
NS-0350: Structure and Function: Microscopy Research Methods (Fall 2013)
NS-0247: Cell Biology (Spring 2013)
NS-0252: Modern Disease and Culture (Spring 2013)