Casey terHorst

Casey terHorst


Ph.D., Biological Science 2010
Florida State University
(Co-Advisors: Thomas E. Miller and Don R. Levitan)

M.S., Biological Sciences, 2004
California State University, Northridge
(Advisor: Steve Dudgeon)

B.A., History, 1998
University of Southern California

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Casey started as an Assistant Professor at Cal State Northridge in the Fall of 2013. Before that, he completed a post-doc with Jen Lau at the Kellogg Biological Station (Michigan State University) and a Ph.D. at Florida State University with Tom Miller and Don Levitan. He is happy to be back at the same institution where he received his Master’s degree. At CSUN, he teaches Biol 106 (Biological Principles I), Biol 427L (Principles of Ecology), and Biol 502 (Biometry). In his free time, Casey spends a lot of time helping people solve problems in the kingdom of Hyrule and yelling at the squirrels in the garden.