Susan Bailey is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Clarkson University specializing in evolutionary biology and bioinformatics. She uses experiments with microbes, along with mathematical and statistical models of DNA sequences to explore fundamental questions about how evolution has shaped the diversity of life we see in the world around us.
Fall 2022 - Patterns in Our Genomes: What Can They Tell Us about Evolution [F-22-20]
Fall 2019 - Evolving Microbes: Antibiotic Resistance, Virulence, and Public Health [F-19-20]
Fall 2018 - Exploring Patterns in Our DNA [F-18-26]