Molly Letsch

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Molly R. Letsch

Ph.D. Candidate

Office: BioPharm 311A
Phone: (860) 486-2289

E-mail: molly.letsch@uconn.edu

Education

Ph.D. 2004–Present
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Primary Advisor: Louise Lewis


B.A. 2000–2004
Clark University, Worcester, MA

Publications

Letsch, Molly R. 2002. Review of: Samuel P.S. Ho and Y.Y. Kueh. “Sustainable Economic Development in South China.” Economic Development and Cultural Change. 50: 1041-1042.

Presentations

Letsch, Molly R., Louise A. Lewis and Gisèle T. Muller-Paker. 2007 The Green Symbionts of Anthopleura Form a Distinct Monophyletic Taxon in Trebouxiophyceae (Chlorophyta). Phycological Society of America Annual Meeting. Aug. 5th -9th
Letsch, Molly R., Louise A. Lewis and Gisèle T. Muller-Paker. 2007 The Zoochlorellae Symbiont of Anthopleura Form a Distinct Monophyletic Taxon in Trebouxiophyceae. North East Algal Society Annual Meeting. April 21st-22nd Narragansett, Rhode Island.
Letsch, Molly R., Louise A. Lewis. 2006. Zoochlorellae Symbionts of Anthopleura from a Distinct Monophyletic Taxon Regardless of Host Species or Geographic Location. Phycological Society of America Annual Meeting. July 6th -12th Juneau, Alaska.

Letsch, Molly R., Louise A. Lewis. 2006. Zoochlorellae Symbionts of Anthopleura from a Distinct Monophyletic Taxon Regardless of Host Species or Geographic Location. Evolution. June 23rd -27th Stony Brook, New York.

Appointments

Spring 2008 - Research Assistant, University of Connecticut
Fall 2007 - Teaching Assistant, Principles of Biology II, University of Connecticut
Spring 2007 - Teaching Assistant, Principles of Biology II, University of Connecticut
Fall 2006 - Teaching Assistant, Biology of the Algae, University of Connecticut
Spring 2006 - Research Assistant, University of Connecticut
Fall 2005 - Research Assistant, University of Connecticut
Spring 2005 - Teaching Assistant, Principles of Biology II, University of Connecticut
Fall 2004 -Teaching Assistant, Principles of Biology I, University of Connecticut

Synergistic Activities

Board Member, New England Faculty Development Consortium, May 2008 - Present
Education Committee, Phycological Society of America, Jan. 2008 - Present
Graduate Research Symposium Committee, GSA UConn EEB, 2004 - 2008
Connecticut Bioblitz, Wilbert Snow School, Middletown, CT, June 8-9, 2007
Connecticut Bioblitz, Two Rivers Magnet School, East Hartford, CT, June 3-4, 2005
Aquaculture Educator, Darling Marine Center, ME, June-Aug. 2002


Research Interests

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