has a PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology with extensive
experience in neuroscience research using molecular biology approaches.
Donna has taught biology subjects to a wide range of different
audiences, including adult students studying molecular biology as part
of a master's degree in nurse anesthesiology at Georgetown University.
As an educational product development specialist at the Howard Hughes
Medical Institute, Donna developed educational products that explain
biomedical science through animations and other web-based innovative
approaches. As a Kevric Company employee under contract to NCBI, Donna
provided e-mail and telephone support to users of the NCBI molecular
biology databases. Currently, Donna provides biomedical science
education support services through her company Labs-Now ("Learn About
Biomedical Science-Now"). Donna is an instructor for both the
Introduction to Molecular Biology Information Resources course and the
NCBI Advanced Workshop for Bioinformatics Information Specialists.