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          Doug  Luckie
          • 副教授
          • LBC生物学
          • 生理学系,自然科学学院
          • 霍姆斯大厅里,W-26D
          • 919即肖车道
          • 东兰辛,MI 48825
          • (517)353-4606


          • LB 144 & 145 Introductory 生物学 1 & 2
          • LB 348:生物学3:研究
          • LB 492:生物学4:高级研修班
          • 国外教育在法国巴黎

          I have always been fascinated by science & technology and equally obsessed with music & art. Love the art of Édouard Manet and Damien Hurst, music from John Lennon to Étienne Charles, learning about Space X, NASA, Tesla, our universe, origin of life on earth and mars, what goes on inside living organisms, their anatomy & chemistry and how that is connected with the physiology of the whole organism. I consider teaching my best chance to share my knowledge with, and gain new knowledge from, my students and collaborate with them to pursue learning and research. In the field of physiology I study the malfunction of the membrane channel, CFTR, which causes the disease cystic fibrosis. I'm currently interested in how the broken CFTR causes changes in pH and in testing potential treatments that may restore CFTR function. In the field of education, I study what works best in student learning, I pursue research on how specific changes in teaching can significantly increase student learning in LBC biology courses.


          • certificats,巴黎大学索邦大学,巴黎第四,赛道文明法语。 2007年,2008年
          • 博士后研究员,斯坦福大学,CF实验室(PI:博士杰弗里酒)。 1996年
          • 博士,弗吉尼亚大学分子生理学(PI:邦夫威泰,博士)。 1992年
          • 理学士,宾夕法尼亚州立大学,生物学(顾问:西奥多·霍利斯,博士)。 1987年

          HONORS & AWARDS


          • 高级班议会优秀的教师奖(授予五名沙巴体育教师)由大学的学长提名,然后由学生自治,沙巴体育的相关学生选择。 2017年
          • 来自沙巴体育莱曼学院布里格斯的大四毕业班(荣誉奖)的荣誉会员。 2017年
          • 在本科教学奖中旬密歇根州质量(颁发给一位沙巴体育教师)从沙巴体育的校友 中期密歇根俱乐部。 2015年
          • 沙巴体育沙巴体育课程服务学习奖(颁给一个MSU教师)。 2011


          My CF research is focused on the elucidation of the underlying physiological processes that have been disturbed in the disease cystic fibrosis (CF). We've received 10 grants in the last 10 years for our studies of CF from the PACFI Foundation. Our STEM Learning Lab research group has worked on a variety of education research projects. Projects include those that incorporated research into course laboratories (Teams & Streams, MSU-funded), studied the use of visual models (C-TOOLS, NSF-funded for 5 years) and bridged the disciplines with inquiry experiences (BRAID, MSU & NSF-funded over 10 years).



          • Luckie, D.B., Hoskinson, A.M., Griffin C.E., Hess A.L, Price, K.J., Tawa, A. & Thacker S.M. (2017). Integrating concepts in biology textbook increases learning: assessment triangulation using concept inventory, card sorting, and MCAT instruments, followed by longitudinal tracking. CBE-Life Sciencse Education, (16)20, 1-10.
          • Luckie, D.B., Rivkin, A.M., Aubry, J.R., Marengo, B.J., Creech, L.R. & Sweeder , R.D. (2013). Verbal final exam in introductory biology yields gains in student content knowledge and longitudinal performance. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 12(3), 515-529.
          • Luckie, D.B., Bellon, R. & Sweeder, R. (2013). Bringing relationships alive through interdisciplinary discourse (BRAID). International Journal of Pedagogy and Curriculum, 19(3), 133-144.
          • Luckie, D.B., Aubry, J.R., Rivkin, A.M., Marengo, B.J., Foos, L.A. & Maleszewski, J.J. (2012). Less teaching, more learning: a 10-year study supports increases in inquiry alongside decreases in “coverage” yield steady gains in student learning of science. Advances in Physiology Education, 36, 325–335. Selected as “Editor’s Pick”
          • Luckie, D.B., Harrison S.H. & D. Ebert-May (2011). Model-based reasoning: creating visual tools to reveal student learning, Advances in Physiology Education, 35(1): 59-67.


          • Marquette, C.R. & Luckie, D.B. (2016). Dissection of a mechanistic controversy in cystic fibrosis, JSM Genetics and Genomics, 3(2), 1-11.
          • Luckie, D.B., Van Alst, A.J., Massey, M.K., Flood, R.D., Shah, A.A., Malhotra, V. & Kozel, B.J. (2014). Chemical rescue of ∆F508-CFTR in C127 epithelial cells reverses aberrant extracellular pH acidification to wild-type alkalization as monitored by microphysiometry. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 451(4), 535-540.
          • Luckie, D.B. & Krouse, M.E. (2012). Cystic fibrosis: does CFTR malfunction alter pH malfunction? Genetic Disorders, 12, 319-344.
          • Haenisch, M.D., Ciche T.A. & Luckie, D.B. (2010). Pseudomonas or LPS exposure alters CFTR iodide efflux in 2WT2 epithelial cells with time and dose dependence. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 394(4), 1087-1092.



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