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Jennifer Wolff

Jennifer Wolff

  • Associate Professor of Biology, Chair of Biology, Biology

Education & Professional History

Millikin University, BS; Vanderbilt University, MS; University of Minnesota, PhD.

At Carleton since 2006.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages


   Dr. Wolff is a developmental biologist interested in the embryonic development of the nervous system. She is currently using genetic and molecular approaches to investigate how male-specific neurons that control mating arise during development in the model organism C. elegans. She teaches Animal Developmental Biology, Developmental Neurobiology, part of Introductory Biology, and Biotechnology, Health, and Society.  Dr. Wolff is Chair of the Department.

Profile updated November 30, 2016

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