Margaret M Maimone, PhD
- Associate Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology
Education & Fellowships
- Postdoctoral Fellow: Washington University at St. Louis
- PhD: Washington University at St. Louis, 1990
Medical education; curriculum design and delivery; active learning; academic counseling and advising
Development of the vertebrate neuromuscular junction; molecular analysis of postsynaptic proteins such as nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, rapsyn, and alpha-dystrobrevin.
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Sue Stearns, PhD, is an associate professor of cell and developmental biology, and one of four faculty members who teach Gross Anatomy to first-year medical students at SUNY Upstate. Students routinely cite this course as a favorite.
Read more about Stearns' take on our Anatomy course's popularity.