Dr. Anna Himler Biology Associate Professor
About Dr. Anna Himler
University of Arizona Research Associate, National Science Foundation Co-Investigator, (DEB-1020460). Investigating the mechanisms by which endosymbionts manipulate their whitefly host. 2010 – 2013.
Research Associate, National Institute of Health Postdoctoral Excellence in Research and Teaching (PERT) fellow with Dr. Martha Hunter. Research investigates whitefly-endosymbiont interactions using molecular genetic, behavioral and experimental approaches. 2007 – 2010.
University of Texas at Austin Graduate Research Assistant 2001-2003 Guest Scientist El Ceibo Biological Station, February 2003 University of Arizona Research Technician with Dr. Ed Glenn, Environmental Research Laboratory, Tucson, AZ 1998
Columbia University Entomology Intern with Dr. Jim Wetterer, Biosphere 2, Tucson, AZ 1997 Program Assistant Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC), NY 1996-1997
New York Botanical Garden Project Assistant Institute of Economic Botany, Bronx, NY 1995-1996
Instructor University of Arizona, Introductory Biology, spring 2014
Instructor Pima Community College, Desert Vista Campus Biology for the Allied Health Sciences, spring 2008.
Sole instructor for Introductory Cell and Molecular biology class for Health Science majors with an integrated lab-lecture format.
Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin, Section of Integrative Biology Evolution; Behavioral Ecology; Lab Experience in Genetics (with writing component); Honors Genetics; Biology for Business Law and Liberal Arts; Molecules to Organisms; Heredity, Evolution, and Society
- 2007 Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin, Section of Integrative Biology Dissertation: Evolutionary Ecology and Natural History
- 1995 B.A. Oberlin College, Double major: Biology and Environmental Studies