Faculty & Staff Directory
- Term Assistant Professor
PhD, Medicinal Chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago (2014)
MT, Teaching, University of Virginia (2004)
BS, Chemical Education, University of Virginia (2004)
Dr. Suzanne M. Gantar (Quartuccio) is thrilled to be back in Northern Virginia and teaching Biology at George Mason University. She previously completed a teaching postdoctoral fellowship in the Genetics Department at Rutgers University and was an Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at Seton Hall University. Dr. Gantar is excited about sharing her passion for science and learning with her students and encouraging underrepresented populations to pursue careers in science.
Dr. Gantar earned her PhD in Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Illinois in Chicago studying the early events in ovarian cancer formation. She then completed a teaching postdoctoral fellowship investigating how the Aurora kinases regulate chromosome segregation during female meiosis. As an Assistant Professor at Seton Hall University in New Jersey Dr. Gantar taught Genetics, Cancer Biology, Cell Biology, and Introductory Biology courses. Dr. Gantar joined George Mason University in the fall of 2022 and teaches Genetics and Introductory Biology.
Genetics (BIOL 311) and Introductory Biology (BIOL 102 &103)