Allen, Stephanie

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Stephanie Allen

Assistant Professor of Biology
434 Boyd Science Center
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Research Interests
Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

Toll-Like Receptors

Stress Hormones

Human Physiology
Ph.D. Biochemistry, The Ohio State University
B.S. Biology, Alderson-Broaddus University
B.A. Chemistry, Alderson-Broaddus University

Dr. Stephanie Allen is an Assistant Professor of Biology.  Dr. Allen primarily teaches the Anatomy & Physiology sequence and Pathophysiology, and co-teaches Microbiology Laboratory. Her courses help support Nursing, Athletic Training, and other pre-professional programs.  In addition to teaching, Dr. Allen also serves as the adviser for Beta Beta Beta, the Biological Honorary Society.

Dr. Allen's research interests include development of non-melanoma skin cancer, toll-like receptors, and stress hormones.

Dr. Allen's teaching philosophy emphasizes her role as a guide and facilitator of information, not simply a disseminator of information.  This allows students to build a strong foundation from which they can apply their knowledge to real-world applications.

Dr. Allen lives outside New Concord with her husband, two daughters, six dogs, four horses, and two cats.  

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