St. Bonaventure University

Faculty


Jodush, Stephen

jodush_stephen

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT
Biology
ACADEMIC SCHOOL
School of Arts and Sciences

TITLES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Lecturer, Biology
CONTACT
Office phone: (716) 375-2648
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OFFICE
Walsh Science Center 214 
COURSES TAUGHT
  • BIOL 105. Biological Science Lab 
  • BIOL 106. Biological Science Lab 
  • BIOL 211. Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab 
  • BIOL 212. Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab 
  • CLRL 302. Inquiry in the Natural World Lab 
ACADEMIC DEGREES
  • M.S. in Biology, St. Bonaventure University, 1994
  • B.S. in Biology, St. Bonaventure University, 1992
OTHER EDUCATION
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND
  • Forensic Scientist I, II, III, 1996–2011 
    New York State Police Western Regional Crime Laboratory; Olean, New York 
    Perform Forensic Toxicology analysis on bodily fluids 
    Testify to findings in New York State Superior and local courts
  • Adjunct Instructor, 2000–2002 
    Department of Biology, Jamestown Community College Cattaraugus Campus; Olean, New York 
    Instructed Anatomy and Physiology and Health Science Courses
  • Adjunct Instructor, 1999–2003 
    Department of Chemistry, Saint Bonaventure University 
    Instruct Students in Forensic Science Course 
    Direct Independent Research in Forensic Science
  • Research Technician III, 1994–1996 
    University of Buffalo; Buffalo, New York 
    Identification of potential virulence factors in an extraintestinal isolate of E. Coli 
    Development of a shuttle vector for B. Cattarrhalis 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Publications 

  • Russo, T.A., Carlino, U.B., Mong, A., and Jodush, S.T., 1999. Identification of Genes in an Extraintestinal Isolate of Escherichia Coli with Increased Expression after Exposure to Human Urine. Infection and Immunity. 67:5306-5314.
  • Russo, T.A., Brown, J.J., Jodush, S.T., and Johnson, J.R., 1996. The O4 Specific Antigen Moiety of Lipopolysaccharide but not the K54 Group 2 Capsule Is Important for Urovirulence of an Extraintestinal Isolate of Escherichia ColiInfection and Immunity. 64:2343-2348.
  • Russo, T.A., Jodush, S.T., Brown, J.J., and Johnson, J.R., 1996. Identification of Two Previously Unrecognized Genes (guaA and ArgC) Important for Uropathogenesis. Molecular Microbiology. 22:217-229.

 

Talks 

  • Chemistry in Modern Crime Solving. American Chemical Society, Penn York Section. Olean, New York. September, 2005.
TEACHING PHILOSOPHY
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS/PROJECTS
Forensics, Toxicology
PERSONAL INTERESTS/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
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