Kosow-Wolfson-Rosensweig Building, 108
DegreesWashington University, Ph.D.
Brigham Young University, B.S.
Expertisescience education, biochemistry
ProfileI have always been interested in the intersection of biology and chemistry. I received my PhD in Bioorganic Chemistry and have research experience in protein biochemistry, cell biology as well as small-molecule organic synthesis. I currently share my fascination for biochemistry, in particular, and science, in general, by teaching.
I teach introductory biochemistry, a biochemistry laboratory course, and electives that focus on disease mechanisms at the molecular level. I strive to have an engaging and challenging classroom experience for my students. During 2013-2014 I participated in the Davis Teaching Fellows group, which has provided me with new perspectives and strategies for teaching.
|BCBP||297a||Master's Lab Research I|
|BCBP||297b||Master's Lab Research II|
|BCHM||100a||Advanced Introductory Biochemistry|
|BCHM||172a||Cholesterol in Health and Disease|
|BIBC||126b||Molecular Mechanisms of Disease|
Westover, Emily J.. "Relationship between phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate synthesis, membrane organisation and lateral diffusion of PI4KIIalpha at the trans-Golgi Network." Journal of Lipid Research 51. 8 (2010): 2314-2324.