Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology-Immunology
Dr. Anderson serves as the full-time Associate Director of the Driskill Graduate Program.
Dr. Anderson received a BS degree in Zoology from Duke University in 1978. After working five years as a research technician, first at Duke and later at Southern Illinois University, he entered graduate school at Washington University in St. Louis. Working on transcriptional control of T-cell receptor genes in the laboratory of Dr. Dennis Loh, he graduated with a PhD degree in Cell and Integrative Biology in 1989. His postdoctoral training began with one year in Kyoto, Japan, in the lab of Dr. Tasuku Honjo, and continued in the lab of Dr. Roger Perlmutter at the University of Washington in Seattle. His work examined a role in T-cell development for the tyrosine kinase p56-lck. Dr. Anderson joined the faculty of Northwestern University in 1995, and has served as Associate Director of the DGP since 1999.
DGP Faculty (Chicago Campus)
- Alphabetical List of DGP Faculty
- Cancer Biology
- Cell Biology
- Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery
- Developmental Biology
- Evolutionary Biology
- Genetics, Genomics and Molecular Biology
- Immunology and Microbial Pathogenesis
- Signal Transduction
- Structural Biology and Biochemistry
- Biomedical Informatics