Daniel Moloney, Ph.D. 

Research Assistant Professor
Program Director, NIH - Bridges to the Baccalaureate "BioPREP"
Program Director, NIH - Minority Access to Research Careers

Ph.D. Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, Stony Brook University
B.S. Biochemistry, Stony Brook University

Dan is a Research Assistant Professor in the Center for Science and Mathematics Education in the Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Stony Brook.  He received a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology & Biochemistry from Stony Brook University.  He currently serves as Program Director of the Bridges to the Baccalaureate program called BioPREP.  The NIH-funded BioPREP program encourages underrepresented minority community college students to pursue careers in biomedical sciences.  He is also Program Director of the Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Fellowship program.  The NIH-funded MARC Fellowship program trains and encourages underrepresented minority undergraduate students at Stony Brook University to pursue doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  Dan is the course director of an Introduction to Biotechnology designed for non-science major undergraduates.  He also mentors and instructs graduate students in the MAT (Masters in the Art of Teaching) Biology program in Laboratory Curriculum Development.  Additionally, Dan develops labs and teaches in the Biotechnology Teaching Laboratories where thousands of middle school and high school students come each year to do science.


Tel:  631-632-1653
Fax:  631-632-9791

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