General Biology, Environmental Biology, and Biotechnology
Biology 102 – General Biology (Diversity and Physiology)
Biology 105 – Environmental Biology
Biology 106 – Environmental Biology Lab
Biology 107 – Biotechnology and Society
Dr. Thomas has been teaching in the Biology Department at WVU since 1999. She enjoys being able to teach a diversity of topics to non majors which include: General Biology, Environmental Biology, and Biotechnology and Society along with Honors Biology seminars.
Before beginning to teach at WVU, she worked in a wide array of research labs. Her master’s project involved the use of an electron microscope to investigate the ultrastructure of a marine polychaete, Moving on from that work, she proceeded to graduate work in the field of oceanography and worked on a project that involved the analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences of blue crabs. Further research experiences includes several years monitoring desertification and global climate change as a research assistant at Duke University, breast cancer research at WVU’s Cancer Center, and work culturing and identifying mycorrhizal fungi in WVU’s Department of Soil Sciences.