Carri Gerber, Ph.D.

Carri Gerber, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Academic Affiars
Office: 
1328 Dover Road, 219 Halterman Hall, Wooster, Ohio 44691
Phone: 
330-287-1211
Degree Information: 
Ph.D., Cleveland State University

Works

Journal Articles

Carri Gerber, Laura Deeter, Kelsey Hylton and Bryce Stilwill, "Preliminary Study of Sodium chloride tolerance of Rudbeckia fulgida var. speciosa 'Goldstrum', Heuchera americana 'Dale's Variety' and Aquilegia xcultorum 'Crimson Star' grown in greenhouse conditions" Journal of Environmental Horticulture 4 29 (2011) 223-228-223-228
Miniard AC, Middleton LM, Budiman ME, Gerber CA, Driscoll DM., "Nucleolin binds to a subset of selenoprotein mRNAs and regulates their expression." Nucleic Acids Research 14 38 (2010) 4807-4820-4807-4820
Miniard, A.C.; Middleton, L.M.; Budiman, M.E.; Gerber, C.A. et al., "Nucleolin binds to a subset of selenoprotein mRNAs and regulates their expression" Nucleic Acids Research 38 14 (2010) 4807-4820-4807-4820
Gerber CA and Hansen N, "Students, Worms and Manure: a Research Methodology Practicum." North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture 1 53 (2009) 19-23-19-23
Gerber CA; Lopez AB; Shook SJ; Doerder FP, "Polymorphism and selection at the SerH immobilization antigen locus in natural populations of Tetrahymena thermophila." Genetics 160 4 (2002) 1469-1469

Chapters

"Isolation of an mRNA-binding protein involved in C-to-U editing" In Methods in Molecular Biology. 2004.

Presentations

"Interactivity with Teaching Complex Concepts." In The Convergence of Learning, Libraries & Technology. 2008.
"Laughing or Crying: The Love/Hate Relationship of Course Development." In Fusion 2008: Desire2Learn Users Conference. 2008.
"Biotechnology: CSI Ohio." 2007.
"Frameshift Mutations and Variable Poly A Addition in SerH Alleles of Tetrahymena thermophila." In Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Ciliate Molecular Genetics. 1999.
"Frameshift Mutations and Variable Poly A Addition in SerH Alleles of Tetrahymena thermophila.." In 31st Annual Midwest Protozoology Conference. 1999.