Helen M. Werner
Assistant Professor of BiologyPronouns: she/her/hers Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Room 338, Sanger Center for the Sciences
Helen Werner is a physiologist and molecular biologist with specific interests in human osteology, palaeopathology, and infectious disease. She has studied the expression of respiratory bacterial infections in skeletal remains and how the marginalization of a community compounds the intensity of disease. Her current research interests include examining how the soil biome impacts the use of molecular biology in archaeology. In her spare time she enjoys reading voraciously, listening to podcasts, and coaching roller derby. She teaches Human Biology, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Human Anatomy, and Human Physiology.