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I would love to hear from you!

Feel free to send me a note through this form, or email me at moria.chambers@cornell.edu.

3125 Comstock Hall
Ithaca, NY 14850
USA

I am passionate about expanding our pool of scientific knowledge and training the next generation. This has lead me to obtain my PhD, and now continue into a postdoctoral position at Cornell University. I am currently tackling the effects of chronic infection in Drosophila melanogaster together with two talented undergraduate researchers in the Lazzaro lab.

I believe that biology education should focus on training critical thinking and instilling a passion for biology through connections to everyday life. This is critical not only for future researchers, but for the entire community.

Prof. Chambers

I'm a Michigan native who has journeyed across the US for the sake of education, research and new adventures. As an Assistant Professor of Biology at Bucknell Univesity, I spend the majority of my time teaching students about the wonders of Biology.

Getting involved in research is a wonderful way to learn about biology first had, and I love working with students to explore the intersection of immunity, behavior and metabolism during infection. I am always looking for motivated students who want to learn about how to infect Drosophila - so take a look at our broad research areas, publications and current student projects and then email me (moria.chambers@bucknell.edu) if you're interested in joining the group or collaborating!

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Research

Research

Teaching

Teaching

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Thanks to David Duneau for the Drosophila picture and Jon Reis for my portrait!