Assistant Professor of Biology
Higley Hall 312
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Kathy joined the Kenyon faculty in 2000 after a post-doctoral position at Yale University analyzing the membrane targeting of G protein subunits using yeast as a model system. She is interested in many areas of biology but has a particular affinity for cell biology, molecular biology and cell signaling. In her spare time she enjoys bird-watching and attending Kenyon sporting events.
Areas of Expertise
Ph.D. Yale University
B.S. SUNY Geneseo
Two appendix chapters and glossary for J. L. Slonczewski and John W. Foster, January 2008, Microbiology: An Evolving Science. W. W. Norton & Co., New York.
Gillen, C.M.; Somple, M.*; Heilman, N.R.*; Watson, N.*; Blair, C.R.*; Stulberg, M.*; Thombre, R.*; Gillen, K.; Itagaki, H. The cation chloride cotransporter, masBSC, is widely distributed in Manduca sexta. Journal of Insect Physiology 52: 661-668, 2006.
Gillen KM ; Pausch M; Dohlman HG. N?terminal domain of Gpa1 (G protein alpha) subunit is sufficient for plasma membrane targeting in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Cell Science vol. 111: 3235?44, Nov 1998.
Biol 109-110: Intro to Experimental Biology
Biol 113: Cell to Organism
Biol 114: Genetics and Development