Dennis A Sampson (Denny), Ph.D
 Title: Associate College Lecturer
A&P I and II, Micro, Intro to Micro
 Dept: Biological, Geological and Environmental Sciences
 Office: SI 211
 Phone: 216-687-4562
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. SI 211, Cleveland, OH 44115

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B.A., Biology, Western Michigan University, 1979
M.A.T., Biological Sciences, Miami University, 1997
Ph.D., Regulatory Biology, Cleveland State University, 2010
Brief Bio:
Originally from Michigan, Dr. Sampson moved to Ohio in 1985 and he decided to make Cleveland his home.  He has taught for 35 years, first as a high school teacher, then a part-time community college instructor, and now a full-time college lecturer.  In addition to teaching biology, he has taught high school chemistry and Latin.  He lives on the west side of Cleveland with Lucy, a sweet (but kind of goofy) shih tzu.
Research Interests:
evolution of plant mating systems
Teaching Areas:
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Professional Affiliations:
Human Anatomy and Physiology Society
American Society for Microbiology
Professional Experience:
In addition to Cleveland State, Denny has taught at Cuyahoga Community College, St. Edward High School, Beaumont School, and St. Augustine Academy.