Christopher Korey, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology

Co-Director, Program in Neuroscience

 
 

The work in my lab is centered around using the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, as a model for understanding neural development, synaptic function, and neurological disease.  I chose to pursue both teaching and research at the College because I believe deeply in the liberal arts model that guides its educational philosophy.  I teach a variety of courses in the Biology Department including sections of First Year Seminar, Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, and Neuroscience.  Currently, I co-direct the Program in Neuroscience which offers an interdisciplinary minor in neuroscience.

 

Awards

2010 William V. Moore Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Award

2010 ExCEL Award, SSM Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year

Courses

FYSM 109: Me, Myself, and My 23

BIOL 111: Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology

BIOL 305: Genetics

BIOL 312: Molecular Biology

BIOL 398: Independent Study

BIOL 448: Bachelor’s Essay in Neuroscience

BIOL 499: Bachelor’s Essay

Biology Department