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Stephanie C. Nnadi, PhD
Department of Biology
Montgomery County Community College
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, United States
Stephanie C. Nnadi received her bachelors degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Rutgers University and her doctoral degree in Genetics from Thomas Jefferson University. Her doctoral and postdoctoral training focused on quantitative trait loci studies utilizing a mouse model of intestinal cancer. Currently, she is teaching as a Biology Faculty in the Department of Biology at Montgomery County Community College.
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