Curriculum Vitae

Daniel D. Clark, Ph.D.
(760) 563-2656
dan @ ddc . me

Education

Teaching

    (For more information, see: Teaching)

  • San Diego Mesa College
    • Spring 2014: BIO 210A, Intro. Biology
    • Fall 2013: BIO 210A, Intro. Biology
  • MiraCosta College
    • Spring 2014: BIO 220, Physiology; BIO 101, General Biology
    • Fall 2013: BIO 220, Physiology; BIO 101, General Biology
    • Spring 2013: BIO 220, Physiology; BIO 101, General Biology
    • Fall 2012: BIO 220, Physiology; BIO 101, General Biology
  • UCSD
    • 2014: BIMM 101, Recombinant DNA Techniques.
    • 2013: BIMM 101, Recombinant DNA Techniques.
    • 2012: BIMM 101, Recombinant DNA Techniques.
    • 2010-2011: UCSD Division of Biological Sciences Senior TA
    • 2009-2011: Mentor for Master’s thesis project of Lara T Kose.
    • 2010: BIMM 101, Recombinant DNA Techniques.
    • 2009: BIPN 150, Diseases of the Nervous System. (TA)
    • 2008: BIPN 150, Diseases of the Nervous System. (TA)
    • 2007: BIMM 101, Recombinant DNA Techniques. (TA)
  • Palomar College
    • Fall 2013: BIOL 100, General Biology
    • Spring 2013: BIOL 100, General Biology
    • Spring 2012: BIOL 100, General Biology
  • San Diego Miramar College
    • Spring 2013: BIO 107, General Biology
    • Fall 2012: BIO 107, General Biology
  • Cosmos (HS)
    • 2009: Cluster 8, The Molecular Biology Revolution. (TA)
  • Academic Connections (HS)
    • 2007: Cutting Edge Biology.
    • 2006: Cutting Edge Science. (TA)
  • Mad Science (K-6)
    • 2007: After School Science Program Instructor

Research

    (For more details, see: Research)

  • UCSD
    • Laboratory of Pamela L. Mellon: Ph.D. thesis work on the role of the circadian clock in the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal reproductive axis.
  • The Burnham Institute (Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute)
    • Laboratory of Evan Y. Snyder: Pre-graduate school work on the efficacy of neural stem cell transplantation in treating a mouse model of Sandhoff disease.
  • UCLA
    • Laboratory of Chris Colwell: Undergraduate work on the roles of PACAP and VIP on circadian rhythm parameters in knockout mouse models of each.

Employment

    (For more information, see: Employment)

  • San Diego Community College District, Fall 2012-Present.
    • Adjunct Professor. BIO 210A, Intro. Bio. for majors; BIOL 107, General Biology (non-majors).
  • MiraCosta College, Fall 2012-Present.
    • Adjunct Professor. BIO 220, Physiology; BIO 101, General Biology
  • UCSD, 2005-Present
    • Associate instructor of undergraduate biology lecture/lab course.
    • Ph.D. student work including thesis research and extensive teaching experience.
  • Palomar College, Spring 2012-Fall 2013.
    • Adjunct Professor. BIOL 100, General Biology
  • The Burnham Institute, 2002-2005
    • Pre-graduate school employment as animal husbandry and research technician.
  • UCLA, 2001-2002
    • Undergraduate research experience, as well as employment in the UCLA Biomedical Library (Library Assistant IV).

Awards and Service

Professional Memberships

Publications