Dec 06 2011


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Mimi Koehl attended Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania from 1966 to 1970. Originally an art major, Koehl switched her major to the sciences after taking a general education class in biology that she says changed her life. After graduating with honors and a bachelors degree in biology, she furthered her education by earning her doctorate in zoology at Duke University. Koehl completed her postdoctoral research at Washington University.

In addition, Dr. Koehl has received numerous honorary degrees from several universities, and was made the assistant professor of biology at Brown University in 1978. She is currently a professor in University of California Berkely’s zoology department, where she has her own laboratory.

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