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Audrey Napier

Associate Professor of Biology
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Alabama State University


Dr. Audrey Napier, Associate Professor of Biology, research interests focuses on the molecular interactions that take place during development, organogenesis or regenerationNapier attended graduate school at The Ohio State University, where she earned a Ph. D. in molecular genetics. She completed her postdoctoral research as a fellow at the Medical College of Georgia in the Institute of Molecular Medicine and Genetics.

In 2001, Napier returned to ASU to help shape the young minds of the researchers, doctors and scientists of the future. She teaches several courses, including population biology and evolution, undergraduate research, molecular biology and genetics and senior seminar.

In addition to her work in the classroom, Napier is conducting research to “understand the underlying mechanisms and the molecular interactions that govern the embryonic development of organisms.” She was drawn to this field of study after participating in a summer internship with the MARC Program (Minorities Access to Research Careers).

She was recognized by her colleagues in the College of Mathematics, Science and Technology as the 2012 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Faculty of the Year.

Research Interest

 Bodily fluids, Biochemistry, Physiology, Sciences, Embryonic development.


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