0 Daniel Hammers

Daniel Hammers

Daniel Hammers

Assistant Professor of Biology

Microorganisms are tiny organisms that can have large impacts on everything from human health to the environment on a global scale. More broadly, studying biology allows us to relate to the world around us in unique ways. These relationships are what originally drew me to biology as a field of study. Houghton’s Christ-centered approach to both academic excellence and spiritual growth provides a unique environment in which to pursue these studies, which I appreciated during my time here as a student and continue to appreciate now as an instructor.


  • Ph.D. in Biological Sciences | University of Notre Dame
  • B.S. in Biology | Houghton University
  • B.S. in Chemistry | Houghton University

Courses Taught

  • General Biology 1 – Organisms to Ecosystems
  • Collaborative Research in Biology
  • Genetics
  • Biotechnology
  • Microbial Ecology
  • Science as a Human Endeavor; Who Are We?

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