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Travis Bailey

Associate Professor of Biology
Integrated Science Center 350
(585) 245-5437
baileyt@geneseo.edu
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Bailey has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2013.

Office Hours Spring 2022

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Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D. in developmental biology, Baylor College of Medicine, 2006.

  • M.S. in microbiology, Brigham Young University, 2000

  • B.S. in molecular biology, Brigham Young University, 1997

Research Interests

  • Regeneration Biology

  • Genetic Defects of Eye Development

Classes

  • BIOL 335: Foundations of Biochemistry

    This course will introduce the principles of biochemistry to students who have a strong interest in biology. The course is a one semester survey of the chemistry of living organisms that will focus on metabolic regulation and pathway integration. It will also incorporate elements of molecular evolution as it relates to protein structure/function.

  • BIOL 354: Developmental Biology-Lab

    An introduction to the principles and concepts of metabolism, growth, morphogenesis and differentiation in developing systems. In the laboratory, students will make observations of, and perform experiments on, a variety of developing systems, both plant and animal, demonstrating a number of fundamental events of development.

  • BIOL 354: Developmental Biology-Lec

    An introduction to the principles and concepts of metabolism, growth, morphogenesis and differentiation in developing systems. In the laboratory, students will make observations of, and perform experiments on, a variety of developing systems, both plant and animal, demonstrating a number of fundamental events of development.