Chad Campbell, Ph.D.

Department:
Biochemistry/Molecular Biology-COSM
Title:
Lecturer
Address:
Diggs Laboratory 116, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001
Education History: 

B.S. in Biology and Music from Heidelberg College (2004)

M.S. in Molecular Genetics from The Ohio State University (2009)

M.A. in STEM Education from The Ohio State University (2012)

Ph.D. in STEM Education Research from The Ohio State University (2013)

 

Academics

Teaching: 

Fall Teaching

BMB 1000: Freshman Seminar

BMB 2000: Careers in BMB

BMB 3850: Biochemistry Laboratory

BMB 4100: Senior Reflection

BMB 4210: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology I

 

Spring Teaching

BMB 1010: Topics in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

BMB 2100: Introduction to Biochemistry

BMB 3900: Scientific Communications

BMB 4230: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology II

 

Service: 

Current Committees

COSM Curriculum Committee (Chair)

BMB Curriculum commmittee

BMB Undergradaute Oversight Committee

BMB Undergradaute Honors Commitee

ASK Program Committee Scholarship Commitee

 

Student Organization Faculty Advisor

Billiards Club (https://wright.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/billiardsclub)

Tabletop Club (https://wright.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/tabletop-club-the)

 

Reviewer/Editor

CBE Life Sciences

Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST)

Science and Education

Abstract reviewer for SABER and NARST conferences

Professional

Publications: 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Campbell, C., and Nehm, R. H. (2013). A Critical analysis of assessment quality in genomics and bioinformatics education research. CBE Life Sciences Education, 12, 530-541. doi:10.1187/cbe.12-06-0073.

 

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2014). Validation of a Genomics and Bioinformatics Assessment: Analysis of Student Responses to a Criterion Referenced Multiple-Choice Measurement Tool. Proceedings of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) annual conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. March 30- April 2.

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2013). Gathering multiple sources of content validity evidence to guide development of a genomics-bioinformatics assessment. Proceedings of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) annual conference, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. April 6-9.

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2013). Designing, Validating and Piloting a Genomics and Bioinformatics Assessment. Proceedings of the Hayes Graduate Research Forum annual conference, Columbus, OH, March 1.

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2012). Building new assessments for the “New Biology”: Establishing content validity for a genomics and bioinformatics test. Proceedings of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) annual conference, Indianapolis, IN. March 24-28.

 

Presentations

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2013). Using Rasch Analysis to Evaluate Item and Instrument Quality: Examples from a Genomics and Bioinformatics Assessment. Paper presented at Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) conference.  Minneapolis, Minnesota. July 11-14.

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2013). Collaborative research: Assessment tools for genomics and bioinformatics education. Poster presented at the TUES/CCLI PI Conference. Washington, D.C. January 23-25.

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2013). Creating a genomics and bioinformatics assessment: Design, validation and pilot study. Paper presented at the Education and Human Ecology 3rd Annual Student Research Forum. Columbus, Ohio. January 18.

Campbell, C., Nehm, R.H., and Morton, B. (2012). Building content validity evidence for an undergraduate genomics and bioinformatics assessment.  Paper presented at Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) conference.  Minneapolis, Minnesota. July 10-12.

Campbell, C.  (2012). Historical, functional and philosophical conceptualizations of ‘the gene’ and their implications for science education.  Paper presented at The Ohio State University Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEMERs) conference.  Columbus, Ohio. February 3.

Campbell, C. and Nehm, R.H. (2011). The gene: From work bench to the literature.  Poster Presented at The Mid-Atlantic Association for Science Teacher Education (MA-ASTE) Conference.  Olive Hill, Kentucky.  September 30-October 1.

Campbell, C. and Nehm, R.H. (2011). Assessing the educational efficacy of genomics and bioinformatics curricula and labs.  Paper presented at Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) conference.  Minneapolis, Minnesota. July 29-30.

Campbell, C. and Nehm, R.H. (2011). The concept of the gene: Historical, philosophical and functional perspectives.  Poster presented at International Society for the Historical, Philosophical and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) conference.  Salt Lake City, Utah.  July 10-16.

Campbell, C. (2009).  The role of BLM in DNA damage repair and replication restart.  Unpublished masters thesis, The Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio.

Campbell, C. (2008).  fred: A gene involved in sensory organ precursor formation.  Research presented at The Ohio State University Falkenthal Symposium.  Columbus, Ohio.  May, 3.

Campbell, C. (2007).  fred: Discovering a pathway in nervous system development.  Research presented at The Ohio State University Falkenthal Symposium.  Columbus, Ohio.  May, 30.

 

Dissertation and Theses

Campbell, C. (2013). Assessing Student Understanding of the "New Biology": Development and Evaluation of a Criterion-Referenced Genomics and Bioinformatics Assessment. Doctoral Dissertation. The Ohio State University.

Campbell, C. (2009). The Role of BLM in DNA Damage Repair and Replication Restart. Unpublished Master's Thesis. The Ohio State University.

 

Professional Affiliations/Memberships: 

SABER (Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research)

NARST (National Association for Research in science Teaching)

ASBMB (American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)

 

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