Faculty & Staff Profile

Brian Dingmann

Associate Professor
Math, Science and Technology Department
251
(218) 281-8249

Courses Currently Teaching

BIOL 2032-001: General Microbiology

BIOL 2032-003: General Microbiology

BIOL 2032-004: General Microbiology

BIOL 2032-005: General Microbiology

BIOL 3899-001: Pre-Internship Seminar

BIOL 3901-001: Post-Internship Seminar

BIOL 4361-001: Developmental Biology

BIOL 4361-002: Developmental Biology

HSCI 3899-001: Pre-Internship Seminar

HSCI 3901-001: Post-Internship Seminar

Research Interests

  • Anthropogenic (human) effects on chemical communication in the aquatic environment

  • Molecular evolution of mate recognition systems in the aquatic environment

Educational Background

  • B.S. in Biology from St. John's University, Collegeville, MN

  • Ph.D. in Biology from Georgia Institute of Technology

In the News

August 17, 2005
So what, you might say, if someone is doing some research on microscopic, aquatic organisms known as rotifers.