|Ph.D.||Molecular Biology||University at Albany|
Professor of Biology (2016-present)
Associate Professor of Biology (1999-2016)
Assistant Professor of Biology (1993-1999)
The College of Saint Rose
Assistant Professor of Biology (1991-1992)
State University of New York at Fredonia
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology (1989-1991)
Genetics, Cell Biology, Principles of Biology, Human Heredity.
Antibiotic resistance in our environment, human traits influenced by androgen sensitivity, HIV resistance in humans
Examples of Grants:
Faculty Mentor, American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship Award, $3930 (1997-1998)
Faculty Mentor, American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship Award, $3675 (1996-1997)
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation Award, $116,538 (1993-1997)
Faculty Associate, National Science Foundation Award, REU Summer Program (1992)
Co-Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation Undergraduate Instrumentation Lab Improvement Grant, $ 11,735 (1991-1992)
Examples of Publications –
Zeeh, A. and Quell, A. 2015. A sweet dive into the gene pool: an easy look at p and q. American Biology Teacher. 77(2):135-139.
Zeeh, A. 2013. Why do I need to know this stuff? Gene Watch. 26(3):26-27.
Zeeh, A. and Shub, D. 1991. The product of the split sunY gene of bacteriophage T4 is a processed protein. J. Bacteriology. 173:6980-6985.
Gott, J., Zeeh, A., Pedersen, D., Ehrenman, K., Belfort, M., and Shub, D. 1988. Genes within genes: independent expression of phage T4 intron open reading frames and the genes in which they reside. Genes and Development. 2:1791-1799.
Shub, D., Xu, M.-Q., Gott, J., Zeeh, A., and Wilson, L. 1987. A family of autocatalytic group I introns in bacteriophage T4. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. 52:193-200.