Whitney Hable, PhD

Professor, Graduate Program Director

Biology

508-999-8206

508-999-8196

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Violette Research 205B


Education

1996University of ArizonaPhD in Biology
1990University of VirginiaBA in Biology

Teaching

  • Biology of Cells
  • Biology of Cells Laboratory
  • Developmental Biology
  • Advanced Cell Biology
  • Graduate Seminar

Teaching

Programs

Research

Research interests

  • Mechanisms of cell polarization
  • Growth and development
  • Role the environment plays in such processes

Research

Research Activities

  • Cell Polarization in marine brown algae
  • Gametogenesis and Fertilization in the American Eel

Select publications

Hable W (2018).
Analyzing Rho GTPase-dependent processes during cell polarization in brown algae.
Rho-GTPases: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology), 401-410.

Lauze JF and Hable WE (2017).
Impaired growth and reproductive capacity in maring rockweeds following prolonged environmental exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and metals.
Botanica Marina, 60(2), 137-148.

Lauze JF and Hable WE (2017).
Delayed growth and cell division in embryos of Fucus vesiculosus after parental exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and metals.
Botanica Marina, 60(2), 149-152.

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