William Coleman, associate professor

William Coleman, associate professor


Education

Ph.D. Lehigh University, Molecular Biology

Teaching

Neurophysiology for the Audiologist, BAHS Freshman Seminar, Neurophysiology, Integrated Physiology Laboratory, Anatomy and Physiology 2 laboratories, Human Biology

Research Interests

Synaptic Physiology, Molecular Regulation of Cellular Secretion

In 2016, Dr. Coleman continued his student-based research program by mentoring one Master of Science in Biology Thesis student, and mentoring two undergraduate research projects for credit. Results from these projects were presented at the 2016 Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium. He was also the academic mentor for seven student internships.

Presentations

  • Knepley KD and Coleman WL. “Distribution of and colocalization of synapsin I, II, and III, and rab3a within the earthworm nervous system.” Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium abstract, 2016.
  • Bartra SK, Coleman WL, and Venditti JJ. “Investigating the role of synapsin I during human sperm capacitation and acrosome reaction.” Bloomsburg University COST Research Day, Spring 2016, and Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium abstract, 2016.

In the summer of 2016, Dr. Coleman began work as a Student Success Collaborative (SSC) Advising Fellow,
providing academic advisement to undeclared students wishing to pursue majors in Biology and Allied
Health Sciences.