Dr. Nicolas Andrews

Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor of Biology


Dr. Andrews joined the Department of Biology as a visiting professor in 2015. He teaches General Biology and Immunology.

2014: Lecturer, Marist College. As part of a collaboration between Marist College and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, I designed and taught on online Immunology course for students participating in the MSKCC Lab Scholar Program.

2012-2013: Post-Doctoral Research: University of California, Davis/Dr. James Trimmer;
Development of an Improved Method for the Generation and Expression of Recombinant Mouse Monoclonal Antibodies

2009-2012: Post-Doctoral Research: University of California, Davis/Dr. Hongwu Chen; Investigation of Chromatin Coregulator Function in Conferring Chemotherapeutic Drug Resistance in Breast Cancer

2008-2009: Post-Doctoral Research: Emory University/Dr. Cornelia Weyand; Mechanisms of Defective Telomere Maintenance and Telomerase Induction in CD4 T Cells in Rheumatoid Arthritis

2001-2008: Doctoral Research: Emory University/Dr. Aron Lukacher; Investigations of MHC-I Restricted T Cell Responses to Polyoma Virus Infection: Effects of Initial Viral Dose and CD8-Deficiency

2000-2001: Undergraduate/Postgraduate Research: Dept. of Chemistry, Texas State University, San Marcos/Dr. Michael Blanda; Designed, synthesized, and characterized cyclic organic molecules termed calixarenes using NMR spectroscopy and HPLC/mass spectrometry.

2000: Undergraduate Research: Dept. of Biology, Texas State University, San Marcos/Dr. Dana Garcia; Role of Pertussis Toxin-sensitive G-proteins in Carbachol-induced Pigment Granule Dispersion in Bluegill Retinal Pigment Epithelium.


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