|Dr. Fenster with the Biology Department's |
real-time PCR machine
Individual chapters of the book can be separately purchased, and according to Dr. Fenster the publisher told him that his chapter "was one of the most downloaded chapters in the book, so this was a nice surprise."
Dr. Fenster is a neurobiologist who studies the development of cell-to-cell connections in the brain and a form of autism found in young girls. He is the Director of Ashland University's Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program and co-directs our Biotechnology program.