Eva Oberdorster

Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Biological Sciences



Office Location

DLSB 241




Ph.D. Duke University
Teaching Interests

Co-Curricular Development / Integrating Technology into the Classroom Teaching

Dr. O is currently teaching the four-course lecture/lab Anatomy & Physiology sequence:
Biol 3106: Physiology Lab
Biol 4306: Human Anatomy with Physiology (lecture)
Biol 4164: Functional Anatomy & Histology Lab
Biol 4364: Integrated Physiology with Endocrinology (lecture)
In Anatomy lab, students have an optional assignment to create Anatomy-inspired art.

When needed, she also teaches Biol 4132: Senior Seminar, focusing on Bioethics

In the past, Dr. O has also taught:

  • Biology 1303: Essentials of Biology
  • Biology 1310: Aquatic Biology of the Southwest
  • Biology 1402: Introductory Biology
  • Biology 3305: Limnology: Aquatic Biology
  • Biology 3306: Physiology and Regulatory Biology
  • Biology 4160: Toxicology Laboratory
  • Biology 4360: Environmental and Human Toxicology
  • Biology 5110: Biochemistry Laboratory


May 1992 B.S. Biology (Major), Anthropology (Minor)
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
May 1997 Ph.D. Zoology; Integrated Toxicology Program
Duke University, Durham, NC. Dr. Dan Rittschof, Dissertation Advisor

Professional Experience

1997-1998 Post-Doctoral Fellow, Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. Dr. J. A. McLachlan, Advisor
1998-2000 Assistant Professor of Biochemical Ecotoxicology and Molecular Toxicology Clemson University, Department of Environmental Toxicology, Clemson, SC

Professional Societies

  • Society of Toxicology (SOT) since 1998
  • American Association of Zoos and Aquaria (AZA) since 2000

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Eva Oberdorster