Mark Lubkowitz, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Biology

I joined the Saint Michael's community in the fall of 2001
having moved from Berkeley, California.  I have an interest
in plants and molecular mechanisms and this is reflected both
in the courses that I teach and in my research.  I currently
teach Plant Biology, Molecular Biology, the second semester
of General Biology (Genetics and Cells Biology), and Biological
Communications.  My research has two focuses: 1) genes that
are involved in transporting small peptides into plant cells and
2) carbon partitioning.  The carbon partitioning research is a
NSF sponsored Plant Genome project that is coordinated ou
of the University of Missouri.  Please see the link below for
more information on this project. My hobbies include
whitewater kayaking, biking, fishing with my kids, and
viticulture. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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