Dr. Tyesha Farmer

Dr. Tyesha Farmer is an assistant professor of genetics at Alabama A&M University.

Degree(s): Biology, Genetics

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Undergraduate Institution: Alabama A&M University (HBCU)

Graduate Institution:  University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Photo Credit: Rutgers CMSI

 

Dr. Tyesha Farmer is an assistant professor of genetics at Alabama A&M University. Her research interests include evaluating rapamycin sensitivity and resistance in plant species, understanding the role of non-canonical TOR signaling in cancer, and large-scale genomic analyses with an emphasis on health disparities. Dr. Farmer is passionate about exposing more students to STEM, and she is a founding member of the Blackbelt Medical/Professional Health Consortium, “which seeks to develop a professional health education pipeline program for minority students from rural Alabama.”

 

 

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