Dina NewmanAssistant Professor
Newman, Dina L., et al. "GRM7 Variants Associated with Age-Related Hearing Loss Based on Auditory Perception." Hearing Research 294. 1-2 (2012): 125-132. Print. «
Newman, Dina L., Christina M. Catavero, and L. Kate Wright. "Students Fail to Transfer Knowledge of Chromosome Structure to Topics Pertaining to Cell Division." CBE?Life Sciences Education 11. Winter (2012): 1-12. Print. «
Zimmer, Erin, Bethany Bowling, and Dina L. Newman. "Linking Basic Concepts to Whole Exome Sequencing Content." Undergraduate Faculty Genetics Education Workshop. American Society of Human Genetics. San Francisco, CA. 6 Nov. 2012. Conference Presentation. ∆
Newman, Dina L. "Assessing Course Curricula." PKAL Upstate NY Regional Network Meeting. Project Kaleidoscope. Rochester, NY. 20 Jan. 2012. Conference Presentation. ∆
Newman, Dina. What is in Your Genes? By Carolina Alexander Rodriguez, et al. 5 May 2012. Imagine RIT, Rochester, NY. Exhibit.
Wright, L.K. and D.L. Newman. "Interactive Modeling Lesson Increases Student Understanding of Ploidy During Meiosis." Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 39. 5 (2011): 344-351. Print. *
Newman, Dina L. and Ricki Lewis. "How NOT to Write Multiple Choice Questions." Undergraduate Faculty Genetics Education Workshop. American Society of Human Genetics. Palais Des Congres De Montreal, Montreal, Canada. 11 Oct. 2011. Lecture. ∆
Newman, Dina L. "Do your Students Really Know What a Chromosome is?" Undergraduate Faculty Genetics Education Workshop. American Society of Human Genetics. Palais Des Congres De Montreal, Montreal, Canada. 11 Oct. 2011. Lecture. ∆
Newman, Dina L. Is It In Your Genes? By Dina L. Newman, et al. 5 May 2011. Imagine RIT, Rochester, NY. Exhibit. †
Newman, Dina L., L.K. Wright, H.C. Sweet. “A structured undergraduate research program that trains and prepares students for post-graduate education and scientific careers.” Proceedings of ICERI2010 Conference, 2010. 5010-5019. Print. *
Newman, Dina L., R. Parody, J. Ohmen, L. Fisher, D.R. Frisina, R.A. Friedman. “Variation in GRM7 is associated with multiple features of presbycusis.” American Society of Human Genetics 60th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC., 2-6 Nov. 2010. Presentation.