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Laurieann Casey Klockow

MERLOT Contributor  MERLOT Author
Postdoctoral Fellow, Adjunct Professor
Albany Medical College, College of Saint Rose
Primary Discipline:
Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Nov 05, 2011
Member Since: Mar 03, 2006



Primary Affiliation:
  • Albany Medical Center (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, NY, United States)

MERLOT Connections


  • English - speaking level (Superior) - reading level (Superior)
  • French - speaking level (Beginner) - reading level (Advanced)
  • German - speaking level (Intermediate) - reading level (Beginner)

Skills & Interests

Education History

  • Ph.D. Biomolecular Chemistry (05/2007)
    University of Wisconsin Madison
  • Bachelor Chemistry, concentration biochemistry (05/1999)
    Washington Univeristy- St. Louis


  • Clinical Assistant Professor (06/2011 - Current) Marquette University
  • Postdoctoral Fellow (08/2007 - 05/2011) Albany Medical Center
  • Adjunct Professor (08/2008 - 12/2009) College of Saint Rose

Honors and Awards

  • HHMI Wisconsin Program for Scientific Teaching Fellow (09/2005)

Teaching Experience

  • General Pathology ( Current)
    Marquette University - pathology
  • Human Microbiology ( Current)
    Marquette University - microbiology
  • General Biology Laboratory (Fall 2009)
    College of Saint Rose - general biology
  • General Biology Laboratory (Fall 2008)
    College of Saint Rose - general biology: molecular bio, biochemistry, cell bio, physiology, genetics
  • Microbes Rule! Overview of microbiology in our lives (Spring 2006)
    University of Wisconsin-Madison - microbiology