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Associate Professor
College of Arts and Sciences
Courses Taught 
Developmental Biology
Analysis of Development
Cancer Biology
Cell Biology
Current Topics in Genetics
Introduction to Biology
General Biology I
Essential Skills for Biologists
Biology Senior Seminar
Research Interests 
My research interests focus on using the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans to investigate the role of molecular chaperones in development, aging and neurodegenerative disease.

Northwestern University: Postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Molecular Biosciences

Harvard Medical School: Postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Pathology and MGH Cancer Center

University of Wisconsin at Madison: Ph.D. researcher in the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry

Bates College: Undergraduate in Biology

Selected Publications 

Voisine, C, Pedersen, JS, and Morimoto, RI. (2010) Chaperone Networks: Tipping the Balance in Protein Folding Diseases. Neurobiol Dis. 40(1): 12-20.

Voisine, C, Orton, K, and Morimoto, RI. (2007) Protein Misfolding, Chaperone Networks, and the Heat Shock Response in the Nervous System. Molecular Neurology Elsevier, Academic Press.

Voisine, C*, Varma, H*, Walker, N*, Bates, EA, Stockwell BR and Hart AC. (2007) Identification of Potential Therapeutic Drugs for Huntington's Disease using Caenorhabditis elegans. PloS ONE 2(6): e504.

Voisine, C and Hart, AC. (2004) C. elegans as a model system for triplet repeat diseases. Methods in Molecular Biology Humana Press 277: 141-160.

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