Queen's University

Nancy L. Martin PhD

Associate Professor

Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences

Academic Background

PhD Microbiology (University of British Columbia) 1991
MSc Microbiology (University of Guelph) 1984
BSc Hons. Zoology (University of Guelph) 1981

Teaching Awards

Education Award (2006) Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen’s University

Teaching Experience

Dr. Martin has more than twenty years’ experience teaching upper-year undergraduate and graduate courses in Microbiology, Bacteriology, and Biochemistry.  Courses she has taught include Microbial Pathogens, Gene Structure and Function, Advances in Bacteriology, Microbiolal and Viral Pathogens, Mechanisms of Metabolic Control and Signal Transduction, and Protein Structure & Function. Dr. Martin also has ample experience supervising students in upper-year undergraduate and graduate research projects in Microbiology.


For More Information

View Dr. Martin’s Faculty Biography, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences