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Karen Kabnick, PhD

Assistant Teaching Professor

Karen Kabnick , Ph.D.

Office: PISB 221 B
Phone: 215.895.6695
Email: ksk49@drexel.edu


Education

  • ScB, Brown University
  • PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Courses Taught

BIO219 - Techniques in Molecular Biology
BIO218 - Principles of Molecular Biology
UNIV 101 Fall
UNIV 101 Winter
BIO223 - Parasitology
BIO212 - Biotechnology
BIO151 - Applied Biology
BIO102 - Cells and Tissues
BIO141 - Essential Biology
BIO104 - Growth and Heredity
BIO122 - Cells and Genetics
BIO480-061 - Exploring Parasites Laboratory


Publications

  • Simon J Read, Andrew A Parsons, David C Harrison, Karen Philpott, Karen Kabnick, Shawn O'Brien, Steven Clark, Mary Brawner, Stewart Bates, Israel Gloger, Jeffrey J Legos and Frank C Barone. 2001. Stroke Genomics: Approaches to Identify, Validate, and Understand Ischemic Stroke Gene Expression. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism. 21, 755-778.
  • Kabnick KS and Peattie DA. 1990. In situ Analyses Reveal that the Two Nuclei of Giardia lamblia are Equivalent. Jour. of Cell Sci. 95. 353-360.
  • Kabnick KS and Housman DE. 1988. Determinants That Contribute to Cytoplasmic Stability of Human c-fos and ß-Globin mRNAs Are Located at Several Sites in Each mRNA. Molec. and Cell. Biol. 8. 3244-3250.
    Fain JN, Kabnick KS and Li S-Y. 1981. Effects of Mellitin on Adipocyte Metabolism Unrelated to Lysophospholipid Accumulation. Biochim.
    Biophys. Acta. 677. 274-279.
  • Kabnick KS and Peattie DA. 1991. Giardia: A Missing Link Between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. American Scientist. 79. 34-43.