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  • Jordan Mohr, Preceptor

    Preceptor
    221 Academy Street
    Harker ISE Lab, University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-3812

    Biography

    I see myself as a simple guy who enjoys helping others learn. While working on my thesis work at Cornell, I became interested in education research and the idea that faculty can employ modern pedagogical methods to enhance student learning and improve outcomes. I've been involved in various types of educational outreach and after 10+ years I realized that I enjoyed it enough to try make a living out of it. When the time to start my career, I found myself looking for opportunities in education research and modern pedagogy training and that led me to the Harker ISE Lab and the ISLL where I currently reside as a preceptor. Working with students and helping them learn and chart their paths forward is extremely rewarding to me and I hope to contribute a lot to the development of our integrated STEM programs here at UD.


    Notable Outreach

    "Fall Into Science" Outreach Program, Cornell University Volunteer          2013-2018

    Expanding Your Horizons (EYH), Cornell University Workshop Leader     2015, 2017, 2018

    Awards

    NSF GRFP Honorable Mentions            2014 & 2015

    Phi Beta Kappa                                        2013

    Education

    B.S.                Elmira College, Elmira NY

    Ph.D.             Cornell University, Ithaca NY


    Publications

    Mohr, J., Holowka, D., Baird, B. Basic amino acids within the juxtamembrane domain of the Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor regulate receptor dimerization and auto-phosphorylation. In preparation.

    Mohr, J., Holowka, D., Baird, B. The arp2/3 actin assembly complex is recruited to FcεRI microclusters on patterned ligand arrays and its activity is required in conjunction with formins to recruit actin to the FcεRI signaling complex. In preparation.

    Mohr, J., Ramezani, M., Holowka, D., Baird, B. (2019) Micropatterned Ligand Arrays to Investigate Spatial Regulation of Cellular Signaling Initiated by Clustered Fc Receptors. Methods in Molecular Biology. In press.

 

 

Harker ISE Lab, University of DelawareNewark, DE 19716<div class="ExternalClassDD34FF124E9C4F8083B2058782AC637F"><p>I see myself as a simple guy who enjoys helping others learn. While working on my thesis work at Cornell, I became interested in education research and the idea that faculty can employ modern pedagogical methods to enhance student learning and improve outcomes. I've been involved in various types of educational outreach and after 10+ years I realized that I enjoyed it enough to try make a living out of it. When the time to start my career, I found myself looking for opportunities in education research and modern pedagogy training and that led me to the Harker ISE Lab and the ISLL where I currently reside as a preceptor. Working with students and helping them learn and chart their paths forward is extremely rewarding to me and I hope to contribute a lot to the development of our integrated STEM programs here at UD.<br></p> <br></div><div class="ExternalClass981E53923D4A4A728D6424EBB2C74B3A"><p> <em>"Fall Into Science" Outreach Program, Cornell University</em><em> Volunteer</em>          2013-2018</p><p> <em>Expanding Your Horizons (EYH), Cornell University</em><em> </em>Workshop Leader     2015, 2017, 2018<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClassFC762E8536904CC48C45861423B02AE7"><p>NSF GRFP Honorable Mentions            2014 & 2015<br></p><p>Phi Beta Kappa                                        2013<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass4DB220FC2D7147A5970228198428544E"><p>B.S.                Elmira College, Elmira NY</p><p>Ph.D.             Cornell University, Ithaca NY<br></p><br></div><div class="ExternalClassEDDFAEB73EB447C1A30E33AAFD4E87E4"><p> <strong>Mohr, J.</strong>, Holowka, D., Baird, B. Basic amino acids within the juxtamembrane domain of the Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor regulate receptor dimerization and auto-phosphorylation. <em>In preparation.</em></p><p> <strong>Mohr, J.</strong>, Holowka, D., Baird, B. The arp2/3 actin assembly complex is recruited to FcεRI microclusters on patterned ligand arrays and its activity is required in conjunction with formins to recruit actin to the FcεRI signaling complex. <em>In preparation</em>.<br></p><p> <strong>Mohr, J.</strong>, Ramezani, M., Holowka, D., Baird, B. (2019) Micropatterned Ligand Arrays to Investigate Spatial Regulation of Cellular Signaling Initiated by Clustered Fc Receptors. <em>Methods in Molecular Biology</em>. <em>In press</em>.</p></div>Notable OutreachAwardsEducationPublicationsjmohr@udel.eduMohr, Jordan302-831-3812<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/Bio%20Images/jordan_mohr.jpg" width="640" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Preceptor

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