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Professor Emerita of Biological Sciences
Contact & Office Hours
Sabin-Reed Hall 249
Ph.D., Stanford University
Margaret Anderson’s interests lie in developing materials for teaching physiology, particularly in the area of excitable cells. Her most recent efforts include contributing revised and updated chapters to the fourth edition of the textbook Animal Physiology by Hill, Wyse and Anderson, which was published in spring 2016. She also teaches as a visiting professor in physiology at Trinity School of Medicine on the island of St. Vincent.
Hill, R. W., G. A. Wyse, and M. Anderson. 2016. Animal Physiology, 4th ed. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, Massachusetts.
Anderson, M. 2002. "Capturing and expanding the scientific potential of young women—strategies for inclusion." Proceedings of the Joint Forum of Smith and Ewha Women's University for the Promotion of Education and Research in Science for Women in the 21st Century, pp. 88-89.
Anderson, M. 1999. "Advising students with special needs." The Advisor 19: 8-9.