Dr. Lindsey Stevenson
Assistant Professor of Biology
Center for Natural Sciences, Room 148
- Ph.D. in Immunology, North Carolina State University
- B.S. in Biochemistry, Liberty University
Dr. Lindsey Stevenson has had a passion for immunology since taking her first immunology class at Liberty University, during her undergraduate Biochemistry degree. After that, she pursued a Ph.D. in immunology at North Carolina State University, where she studied flaviviruses, including West Nile and Dengue Virus, and the generation of aptamers. At NC State, Dr. Stevenson discovered her love of teaching and was blessed to be able to return to Liberty to pursue that goal. Since that time, Dr. Stevenson has taught a range of subjects, including General Biology, Biology Seminar, Microbiology, and Immunology.
- BIOL 224 – General Biology I
- BIOL 224L – General Biology I Lab
- BIOL 203 – Introductory Microbiology
- BIOL 203L – Introductory Microbiology Lab
- BIOL 303L – Microbiology Lab
- BIOL 400 – Biology Seminar
- BIOL 420 – Immunology
- BIOL 420L – Immunology Lab
- BIOM 620 – Advanced Immunology
The effect of Bisphenol C (BPC) exposure on development of the immune system, using zebrafish (Danio rerio) as a model organism.
Chembars, M. and L. Stevenson. A Review of the Effect of Estrogen on Immune Efficacy in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) with Comparisons to Human and Murine Analogs. Vol. 19, Issue 4, April 2023. American Journal of Undergraduate Research.