Director of Undergraduate Research
Dr. John J. Dennehy is an Associate Professor of Biology at Queens College. He maintains an active research lab focused on three main areas of interest: 1) population biology of virus host shifts; 2) single cell studies of gene expression; and 3) urban metagenomics. He received a National Science Foundation Early Career Award in 2012.
Prior to joining the Queens College community in 2007, Dr. Dennehy was a postdoctoral associate at the University of Albany and an National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at Yale University. He obtained his PhD from Clark University in Massachusetts in 2003. Read More…
Online Content Coordinator
An undergraduate at Queens College, majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Arabic she aspires to obtain her Ph.D. in Archaeology. Read More…
Faculty Outreach Coordinator
Shoshana is a neuroscience major and researcher at Queens College, where she regularly directs science-based outreach events. Previously an intern in the Cell Press newsroom, she currently writes scientific news pieces for the digital newspaper Second Nexus. She is a longtime volunteer with both the American Museum of Natural History and the World Science Festival, and received the Society for Neuroscience’s Science Journalism Student Award in 2016. In her downtime, she watches 90’s sitcom reruns.