|Daniel Moloney, Ph.D.|
|Research Assistant Professor|
|Ph.D. Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, Stony Brook
B.S. Biochemistry, Stony Brook University
Dan Moloney is a native Long Islander. He attended Smithtown High School West and graduated from Stony Brook University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry. He then worked for two years in a clinical laboratory as a Laboratory Technologist before heading back to Stony Brook for graduate school. He received a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at Stony Brook University, and then spent two years at Albert Einstein College of Medicine as a postdoctoral fellow in the department of Cell Biology.
Dan is currently a Research Assistant Professor for the Center of Science and Mathematics Education in the department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Stony Brook. During the academic year, he teaches an undergraduate course called an Introduction to Biotechnology and a graduate course in the Masters of Teaching (MAT) Biology program called Laboratory Curriculum Development. During the summer, he directs several research programs for high school and community college students. When he is not busy in the laboratory, advising undergraduates, or working on the computer, he spends most of his time year-round teaching biotechnology to all academic levels from visiting middle school and high school students to Stony Brook undergraduate and graduate students.