Madeline Micceri Mignone
Assistant Professor of Biology
Coordinator, Biology Program
Prusmack Center 308
BS Biology – Pace University
MS Education – Iona College
M.Phil. Biology CUNY Graduate Center
Ph.D. Biology CUNY Graduate Center
Scientific research interests:
- Role of arabinogalactan proteins in plant development
- The role of Pink-pigmented Facultated Methylotrophs in plant development
- To provide students with a challenging environment that promotes critical thinking by which they will grow as science students.
- To promote the retention of undergraduate students in the sciences.
- To explore the process of scientific investigation through literature review and experimental design
Dissertation Thesis: The Role and Control of Growth Suppression in the Transition from Diffuse to Apical Meristematic Growth in Physcomitrella patens (furnariaceae)
Professor Mignone’s publications and presentations include:
“Evidence for the interrelated actions of auxin, ethylene and arabinogalactan proteins on the transition from non-apical to apical growth of Physcomitrella patens Hedw. (Funariaceae).” In Cell and Developmental Biology of Arabinogalactan-Proteins, E.A. Nothnagel, A. Bacic, and A.E. Clarke, eds (New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers), pp. 205–219.
“The Ethical Questions about Human Stem Cell Research.”