Dr Nicola Suter-Giorgini

Lecturer in Genetics Education

Nicola Suter-Giorgini

Contact Dr Nicola Suter-Giorgini
Telephone: 0116 252 5097

As a teaching fellow, Dr Suter-Giorgini is involved in the development of teaching aids to help students learn about genetics in new and innovative ways, as well as to be a resource for the development of teaching ideas from lab research-based members of staff.  Dr Suter-Giorgini also has general undergraduate teaching responsibilities, personal tutees and 3rd year library project students. 

After gaining a PhD from the University of Leicester in 1998, Dr Suter-Giorgini was a bench scientist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (FHCRC) in Seattle, USA for several years carrying out population-based research into the genetics of breast cancer.  Following a short stint as an industry liaison officer also at FHCRC, Dr Suter-Giorgini taught degree-level biological sciences in Seattle for two years, after which she returned to the University of Leicester and worked for GENIE in the position she currently holds.
 

Dr Suter-Giorgini's current GENIE projects include:
GENIE Student Network
Design of resources for First year meiosis tutorial
Educational Videos
HERO (Health Education Reaching Out)
Development of an online referencing tutorial

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