Marisol Santisteban


Carolinas Node Leader

Dr. Santisteban is a Professor of Biology at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke where she teaches Microbiology, Cell Biology, and Molecular Biology. Dr. Santisteban’s research interest is in the area of epigenetic control of gene expression. Using molecular genetics, she is trying to understand the role of Htz1, the Saccharomyces cerevisiae H2A.Z histone variant, in regulating transcription. In addition to serving as the Carolinas Node Leader, Dr. Santisteban is currently the Vice Chair of the Curriculum Committee where she assists with identifying new GEP curriculum needs, maintaining current curriculum, and developing new items.

Vida Mingo


Carolinas Node Co-Leader

Catherine Ward


Durham Technical
Community College

Cathy Silver Key


North Carolina
Central University

Indi Bose


Western Carolina
University

Michelle Eller


Southern Wesleyan
University

Scott Tanner


University of South
Carolina Upstate

Carolinas New Member Training

Training Flyer | Applications CLOSED
December 7-11 & 14-18 | 12-1:30p (EST)
Online

This online training will help faculty in North & South Carolina integrate GEP curriculum materials into existing courses, & to engage students in scientific research through Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) centered in bioinformatics & genomics. Since the curriculum is exclusively computer based, it’s ideal for virtual learning!

The training will be led by veteran GEP faculty members in the Carolinas Regional Node. Each session will meet for ~1.5 hours each weekday for 10 sessions (December 7-11 & 14-18; time 12-1:30p EST).

Specially welcomed: faculty from Community Colleges, MSIs, & PUIs teaching courses in genetics, genomics, bioinformatics, molecular biology, evolution, or intro biology

Deadline to submit application is November 23

Please share the Training Flyer with anyone you think might be interested!

Contact Dr. Maria Santisteban for more information about the training.

This online training will help faculty in North & South Carolina integrate GEP curriculum materials into existing courses, & to engage students in scientific research through Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) centered in bioinformatics & genomics. Since the curriculum is exclusively computer based, it’s ideal for virtual learning!

The training will be led by veteran GEP faculty members in the Carolinas Regional Node. Each session will meet for ~1.5 hours each weekday for 10 sessions (December 7-11 & 14-18; time 12-1:30p EST).

Specially welcomed: faculty from Community Colleges, MSIs, & PUIs teaching courses in genetics, genomics, bioinformatics, molecular biology, evolution, or intro biology

Deadline to submit application is November 23

Please share the Training Flyer with anyone you think might be interested!

Contact Dr. Maria Santisteban for more information about the training.