Larry Gauriloff

Associate Professor of Biology

ZURN 111

824-2375

Biography: 

Education:

Post Doctorate, Cellular Development, The University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Ph.D., Botany, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

B.A., Biology, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

 

Courses Taught:

  • Bio 110/111 Plant Science/Lab (HRIM/core)
  • Bio 130/131 General Biology
  • Bio 140/141 Cell Biology
  • Bio 148/149 Organismal Biology
  • Bio 180/181 Microorganisms (dietetics/nursing/core)
  • Bio 200/201 Microbiology
  • Bio 202 Health Career Seminar
  • Bio 210/211 Botany
  • Bio 294 Parasitology
  • Bio 310/311 Genetics
  • Bio 312/313 Microbial Genetics
  • Bio 330/331 Immunology
  • Bio 366 Research Design
  • Bio 370/371 Cellular Biochemistry
  • Bio 410/411 Microbial Ecology
  • Bio 422/423 Mycology
  • Bio 430/431 Molecular Biology
  • Bio 466 Biology Thesis
  • Bio 474 Biology Practicum
  • Bio 490 Biology Research I
  • Bio 492 Biology Research II
  • Bio 494 Biology Seminar
  • Bio 466 Senior Research
  • Hmg 282 Turf Grass Management I (HRIM)
  • Hmg 382 Turf Grass Management II (HRIM)
  • Also MCAT preparation course

 

Current Research:

Mycological Survey of Erie County Bluffs Park
Aquatic Fungal Survey of Presque Isle State Park, Erie, PA
Pulse-field Gel Electrophoresis Fingerprinting of Clostridium botulinum strains for Rapid Identification
Effects of Dental Work on Oral Cavity Microflora and Squamous Cells
Antibiotic Substances from Paper Wasp Nests

 

Projects:

Microorganisms of Tumors of Brown Bullhead Catfish
Clostridium botulinum Type E Epizootic Studies
Topical Herbal Solution for Topical Infections
Fungal and Bacterial Surveys of Presque Isle Bay and Lake Erie
Fungal Mitochondrial DNA Analyses and Comparisons
Microbial Ecology of:

  • Diesel Fuel
  • Presque Isle Beaches
  • Oral Cavities
  • Laboratory Animal Rooms
  • Human Pathogens

Quantitative Techniques using Antibodies
Carcinogenic Studies of Foods, Beverages and Supplements
Genetic Inheritance Patterns in Llamas
Microbe ID from Archeological and Anthropological/Forensic Samples