Gregory JensenAssistant Professor

    Assistant Professor, School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

    • MS Biology (Comparative Animal Physiology), University of Ottawa
    • BA Biology, Houghton College
    • BA Adolescence Education, Houghton College

    Mr. Gregory Jensen teaches a variety of courses in the biological sciences and the philosophy of science. He studied Biology and Science Education as an undergraduate at Houghton College. He taught middle and high school science for 7 years. Prior to serving at Cairn, he earned a master’s degree in physiology at the University of Ottawa, where he researched the respiratory physiology and neurobiology of zebrafish.

    Mr. Gregory Jensen is currently pursuing a PhD in Theology and Christian Ethics. He and his wife, Mary Claire, have a son, Henry, and live in Doylestown, PA.

    Contact Information:
    gjensen@cairn.edu

    Academic Specialties & Interests:
    Physiology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Genetics, Science and Christian faith, Christian ethics

    Publications: 

    • Jensen G & Perry SF (2017). The role of serotonin in regulating the hypoxic hyperventilatory response of larval zebrafish. In Review.
    • Sullvian AM & Jensen G (2013). A study of the sensitivity of red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus) to damage-released cues from conspecifics. Journal of Herpetology 47(4): 585-589.

    Teaching at Cairn since 2016

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