Professor of Biology, Blanche & Frank R. Seaver Professor of Science
R. C. Seaver Biology Building,
175 W Sixth Street
Claremont, CA 91711
Ph.D. Yale University
B.A. State University of New York, Buffalo
Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor of Biology, Pomona College
Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale School of Medicine
Biology 41C: Introduction to Cell Chemistry & Cell Biology
Biology 163: Cell Biology
My research is focused on understanding the basis of intracellular motility, specifically the movements of organelles along microtubule tracks generated by molecular motors. Much of this work involves high resolution, digital imaging of cells or cell extracts in an effort to understand how the motors are regulated.
Telzer, B.R., and L.T. Haimo. 2001. Chromatophores as tools for the study of organelle transport. Methods Mol. Biol. 161: 201-214.
Hansch, C., B.R. Telzer, and L. Zhang. 1995. Comparative QSAR in toxicology: Examples from teratology and cancer chemotherapy of aniline mustards. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 25: 67-89.