- Joined Seton Hill
- Maplewood, NJ
- Contact Info
After graduating from Seton Hill University in biology I earned my doctorate in genetics from Cornell University in 1963. Then I taught biology, genetics, and microbiology at Seton Hill University until 2003. My special area of interest was research on genetics of the bread mold, Neurospora. Then I retired from science teaching and continue to teach part time in the Core courses, "Faith, Religion and Society" and "Senior Integrative Seminar." I am also advisor for the Respect Life Club and served as sacristan.
- Ph.D., genetics, Cornell University, 1963
- B.A., Biology, Seton Hill University, 1955
- Recombinations and Inversions in Mitochondrial DNA of SG-1 in Neurospora crassa and Neurospora sitophila. (1986) Infanger, A, Bertrand, H.Current Genetics 10:607-617.
- Seton Hill Professor of the Year in 1991