to classes I currently teach:
Human Physiology 1
to my instructional web site at LPC! This semester (Spring 2011)
I am teaching Microbiology 1. My web pages are designed to enhance
your educational experience and help you succeed in my course. All webpages are
posted within Blackboard. In order to view them you need to be a registered student.
If you are a registered student go to the Blackboard
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students who do not show up the first day of class will be dropped from the roster.
you have trouble loging into Blackboard and need technical assistance, contact
LPC Distance Education Support at LPCdistEd@laspositascollege.edu or (925) 424-1142.
Do NOT contact me for technical problems.
questions about course content or structure contact me directly.
Class ScheduleSpring Semester 2011:
- Micro 1 V01: Lecture Mo/We 9 - 10:15 in 1814; Lab Tu/Th 8 - 10:50 in 1807
- Micro 1 V02: Lecture Mo/We 1 - 2:15 in 1831; Lab Tu/Th 11 - 1:50 in 1807
to Contact Me:
Email (preferred mode!): email@example.com
Office Hours Spring Semester 2011:
- Monday 11:45 – 12:45, Tutorial Center
- Tuesday 14:00 - 14:50, Room 2411 F
- Wednesday 10:30 – 12:00, Tutorial Center
- Thursday 14:00 - 14:50, Room 2411 F
- Fridays only by appt.
Click here for a complete schedule of my LPC hours.
Comparative Pathology, School of Veterinary Medicine
University of California,
Vet., (Veterinary Medicine),
School of Veterinary Medicine, University
of Berne, Switzerland. 1985
at Las Positas College since 1997
started out as a veterinarian in Switzerland and came to California in 1986 (no,
not for professional reasons!). After going back to school at UC Davis, I received
my Ph.D. in the graduate group of Comparative Pathology. My research area was
Molecular Medical Microbiology specifically I was working with Borrelia burgdorferi,
the bacterium that causes Lyme disease. After my Ph.D., I worked in research at
the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for a few years.
During that time
I started to teach part time at Las Positas College and soon discovered that I
really liked teaching a lot more than research. So, here I am today, a full-time
instructor for Microbiology and Physiology. Sometimes I also teach Anatomy and
I live in Danville with my husband, my daughter Maia (we adopted her from China in 2000), one dog named Paco del Taco, one hamster, two rats, and six birds.
In the summer I like to go camping and hiking in the woods. Coming from Switzerland, I also like to ski and snowshoe.