Assistant Professor in Residence
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Professor Kraemer received her PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Calabria, Italy. She is the recipient of the 2001-2002 Faculty of the Year Award. In 2004, she was selected by her students for inclusion in “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.”
After ten years of primary and applied research in the fields of animal behavior, cell biology, and embryology at the Zoological Station of Naples (Italy), and molecular biology at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution (Fla.), Professor Kraemer turned to teaching. Since 1998, she has taught at area colleges and universities, including the Stamford campus of the University of Connecticut. During that time, Professor Kraemer was a member of the Adjunct Faculty Advisory Board and represented adjuncts on the Union Executive Board.
Pomponi, S., Wright, A., Willoughby, R., Samples, G. and Pecorella, C. 1997. In vitro production of anti- tumor compounds, the ecteinascidins, through cell culture of the Tunicate, Ecteinascidia turbinata. Sea Grant Marine Biotechnology: Marine Products, Pharmaceuticals and Biomedicine. March 3, Washington, D.C.
Pomponi, S., Willoughby, R., Wright, A., Pecorella, C., Lopez, J. and Samples, G. 1997. Development of an in vitro system for production of the ecteinascidins, anti-tumor compounds from the Tunicate, Ecteinascidia turbinata. In: Proceedings of the Congress on In Vitro Biology, Society for In Vitro Biology, Washington D.C. June 14-18
Pomponi, S., Willoughby, R., Wright, A., Pecorella, C. and Sennet, S. 1997. In vitro production of anti-tumor compounds. In: Proceeding of the 4th International Marine Biotechnology Conference, Sorrento, Italy, Sept. 22-29
Pecorella,C., Tosti, E., and Dale, B. 1993. Activation currents, sperm entry and surface contractions ascidian eggs. Zygote, Vol.1, pp.113-119.
Areas of Expertise:
general biology, zoology, animal behavior, cell and molecular biology, embryology, genetics, anatomy and physiology