Ph.D., Professor of Biology
Jennifer Tsui received her BA in Biochemistry and History from Rice University and her PhD in Neurosciences from Stanford University. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Montreal Neurological Institute where she studied the effects of neural activity on visual circuits.
Tsui became a professor at Marygrove as of 2012. Her love of learning and interacting make her an ideal teacher, allowing her to teach and learn at a personable level. Currently she teaches biology and hopes to add neurology courses to Marygrove which has been her research and passion.
Prior to Marygrove, Dr. Tsui spent time abroad working with the Mercy Foundation, a non-profit educational organization operating in Kyrgyzstan. She hopes to return there again, hopefully with her own students, to further advance their laboratory education. Currently, she is developing partnerships for foreign exchange and laboratory curriculum for resource-challenged settings. Her scientific research interests include fluorescent imaging of cellular processes and the neural basis for behavior.
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