Amanda Durbak

Amanda Durbak

Associate Teaching Professor, Biological Sciences

115b Tucker Hall


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Dr. Amanda Durbak is an associate teaching professor in the Division of Biological Sciences. Her research is focused on understanding how stem cells in plants are regulated using genetics, molecular, and cellular biology techniques. She teaches a variety of classes, including Genetics (BioSci 2200H), Cell Biology (BioSci 2300) and Science and Society (BioSci3060WI/DI). She focuses on integrating concepts learned in class with real-life applications and is passionate about exploring how science intersects with and can potentially solve some of the most important societal issues of today.