Elizabeth Doyle

 

Instructor
Year Started at JMU: 2003
doyleea@jmu.edu
Contact Info

Research Description

While my research background is in plant biology and plant-pathogen interactions, since coming to JMU my scholarship interests have shifted towards curriculum development and student learning. As part of the first-year initiative team, I have worked with other members of the department to develop a new and innovative lab curriculum, where we have successfully deployed a large-scale CURE (Course-embedded Undergraduate Research Experience). I am interested in exploring how participating in a CURE affects student learning.

Courses
  • Cell and Molecular Biology (BIO 214)
  • Plant Physiology (BIO 455)

Office Hours

Education
  • PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2001, University of California, Davis
  • BA in Biology, 1993, Macalester College, Saint Paul, MN
Select Publications
  • Hyman, O.J., Doyle, E.A., Harsh, J., Mott, J., Pesce, A., Rasoul, B., Seifert, K., and Enke, R.A. 2019. CURE-all: Large Scale Implementation of Authentic DNA Barcoding Research into First-Year Biology Curriculum. DOI: 10.24918/cs.2019.10.
  • Hyman OJ, Pesce A, Doyle E, Enke RA. 2018. Intro to DNA Subway Blue Line. Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education (NIBLSE) Online Incubator.
  • Monroe, JD and Doyle, EA. 2015. Laboratory Investigations in Cell and Molecular Biology. Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Plymouth, MI.

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