The Lerner Research Institute,
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 1999-2002
Ph.D, Cleveland State University, 1998
M.S., Cleveland State University, 1994
B.S., Walsh College, 1992
BIOL 100: Concepts in Biology
BIOL 101: Entering Majors Seminar
BIOL 105: Human Biology
BIOL 150: Introduction to Biology
BIOL 318: Parasitology
BIOL 320: Microbiology
BIOL 342: Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 480: Cell Biology
I am an honorary member and Faculty Representative of the First Year Honor Society, Alpha Lambda Delta and serve as a committee member on the Institutional Review Board and Undergraduate Research Advisory Board. I also serve as the Advisor for the Biology Club.
My research focuses on the endosymbiont bacteria of sea anemones. Many of these bacteria can provide beneficial functions for their host organisms, for example by producing nutrients, antibiotics or other chemical defenses. I am working with students to isolate and identify anemone-associated bacteria, then to explore their biological functions.
Munsell, B, Billetz AC (2015) Disease and Perception: An Examination of Public Health and Immigration in a New England Mill Town. NCUR, Spokane, WA
Martin A, Keefner K, Billetz AC, Cohen M (2014) Identification and Role of Endosymbiotic Bacteria in Marine Environments: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Biological Research. NCUR, Lexington, KY.