Faculty Spotlight: Steve Lockless

This month’s Faculty Spotlight highlights Dr. Steve Lockless ’97.  A former Aggie (Molecular and Cell Biology) and current Associate Professor in the Department of Biology, Dr. Lockless uses bacterial tetrameric cation channels as a model to study how biological systems are built to efficiently propagate signals.

Steve Lockless was the first in his family to attend college and received his BS degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Texas A&M in 1997.  He continued on to earn a PhD in Molecular Biophysics from UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas with Dr. Rama Ranganathan, where he first […]

2017-06-09T12:46:58+00:00 June 9th, 2017|Categories: Faculty Spotlight|Tags: , |