- Ph.D., Syracuse University (2012)
- M.S., Syracuse University (2002)
- B.S., SUNY Upstate Medical University (1998)
I am very interested in alternatives to traditional teaching approaches and utilize various active learning techniques to help my students grasp scientific concepts.
My teaching experience includes Gross Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as Cells: Genetic and Molecular Perspectives at the undergraduate level. I am also certified to teach science for grades 7-12 and have taught 8th grade physical science, 10th grade biology, and Advanced Placement Chemistry.
- PSY 223: Cognitive Neuroscience (2016-2017)
- BIO 211: Introduction to Neuroscience
- Jones, R.L. and Pepling, M.E. (2013) Kit Signaling is Involved in Murine Primordial Follicle Formation. Developmental Biology 382, 186-197.
- Jones, R.L. and Pepling, M.E. (2013) Role of the Anti-Apoptotic Proteins BCL2 and MCL1 in the Neonatal Mouse Ovary. Biology of Reproduction 88(2):46, 1-8.