2009-present: ANSC497/688G: Animal Biotechnology Recombinant DNA Laboratory
2010, 2013: ANSC489T/688T: Current Topics in Animal Sciences: Comparative Vertebrate Development
2017, 2018: BISI712: Responsible Conduct of Research for Biologists
2003-2006 NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship, NRSA (F32 HD043535), NICHD
2006-2011 NIH Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00 HD0550534), NICHD
2007 Elsevier Scholars Foundation Women in Science Award
2008 UM Graduate Research Board Summer Research Award
2009 Honoree at the 2nd Annual UM Celebration of Research & Scholarship
2011 Outstanding Faculty Educator, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, UM
2012 On-Campus Junior Faculty Award, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, UM
2012 Western Maryland (McDaniel) College Alumni Professional Achievement Award
2013 Outstanding Faculty Advisor, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, UM
2014 UM Graduate Research Board Summer Research Award
2014 Gamma Sigma Delta Certificate of Merit for Mentoring, National Capital Chapter
2015-2019 Honoree at the 8th-13th Annual UM Celebration of Research & Scholarship
2015-2019 Honoree at the 17th-21st Annual UM Research Leaders Luncheon
2017 UM AGNR Women in Agriculture
1995- Member, Phi Beta Kappa
2002- Member, Society for Developmental Biology (SDB)
2002- Member, FASEB
2007- Member, American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB)
2008 Member, Sigma Xi
2009- Member, Association of Women in Science
2010- Member, American Association for Anatomy (AAA)
2014- Member, Gamma Sigma Delta
2015- Member, Society for Craniofacial Genetics and Developmental Biology (SCGDB)
2016-2019 Secretary, SCGDB
2017-2021 Member, AAA Program Committee
2019- Vice-President, Phi Beta Kappa (UM Chapter)
2021, 2023 Vice-Chair (2021) and Chair (2023), Gordon Research Conference on Neural Crest and Cranial Placodes
Grant Review and Other Panels
NIH: Developmental Biology subcommittee, 2008; P41 review, NICHD, 2010; R15 AREA Review Panel Member, 2013, 2015, 2018; DEV1 reviewer, 2019; NIDCR Special Emphasis Panel ZDE1 YM (18) M, 2020.
NSF: Animal Developmental Mechanisms, 2008 (panel) and current ad hoc reviewer.
Gordon Research Conference: Craniofacial Morphogenesis and Regeneration, Interdisciplinary workshop for biologists and bioengineers, 2008.
Invited Discussion Leader on “Career Planning,” NIH NICHD Postdoctoral Fellow Workshop, 2009.
Invited Panelist, Princeton University Department of Molecular Biology Career Symposium, 2014.
2011-present: Member, Frontiers in Craniofacial Biology
2016-17: Guest Editor: Special Issue on Collective Cell Migration, Mechanisms of Development
2019-20: Guest Editor, Special Issue on Neural Crest and Cranial Placodes, Frontiers in Physiology
2020-2022: Editorial Board, Developmental Dynamics
SDB Annual Meetings: 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2016.
ASCB Annual Meeting: 2006.
AAA Annual Meetings: 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2019.
SDB Mid-Atlantic Regional meetings: 2013, 2017, 2019.
Gordon Research Conference on Neural Crest and Cranial Placodes: 2015.
SCGDB Annual Meeting: 2016.
Gordon Research Conference on Craniofacial Morphogenesis and Tissue Regeneration: 2018.
Committee member: National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Committee on Gene Drive Research in Non-Human Organisms: Recommendations for Responsible Conduct, 2015-2016.
Principal organizer: SDB Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting, 2009; UM Evo-Devo Journal Club, 2013-2016; SCGDB Annual Meeting, 2015.
Session Chair: “Cranial Sensory Organs: From Placodes to Disease,” AAA Annual Meeting, 2016; “Assembling the Peripheral Nervous System,” AAA Annual Meeting, 2018; “Sculpting the Face: A Role for the Cranial Nerves,” AAA Annual meeting, 2020.
Moderator: “Science, Ethics and Engagement in the Governance of Gene Drives: It Takes a Village,” American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, 2017.
Director: AAA Regional Meeting Task Force, 2018.
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Chapters & Books
Invited Review Articles
Perspectives, Opinions, and Letters