Doctor Snezna Rogelj

Snezna Rogelj, PhD

Professor

Biology

  • snezna.rogelj@nmt.edu
  • 575 - 835 - 5608
  • Jones Annex 315
  • Fall 2020 office hours by phone - Tues & Thurs 5-6 pm, Fri 4-5 pm

Education

Ph.D. Biochemistry, 1985 Dissertation: Action of Retinoic Acid and cAMP in the
Differentiation of F9 Teratocarcinoma and B16-F1 Melanoma Cell Lines

Boston University School of Medicine
Summer Physiology Course at Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory, 1982
B.S. Physics with Emphasis on Astronomy, 1976, Ohio State University

Dissertation: Action of Retinoic Acid and cAMP in the Differentiation of F9 Teratocarcinoma and B16-F1 Melanoma Cell Lines


Honors

U.S. Department of Energy's Defense Programs Early Career Scientist and Engineer Award. 1999.

Outstanding New Mexico Tech Professor, 2009

NMT Distinguished Research Award, 2017

 

Publications List