Clarissa A. Dirks, Ph.D.

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
"Clarissa Dirks"
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A. Dusty Miller grad student 2001 University of Washington
 (The role of cellular factors in retrovirus replication.)
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Clements JD, Connell ND, Dirks C, et al. (2013) Engaging actively with issues in the responsible conduct of science: lessons from international efforts are relevant for undergraduate education in the United States. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 12: 596-603
Coil D, Wenderoth MP, Cunningham M, et al. (2011) Teaching the process of science: faculty perceptions and an effective methodology. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 9: 524-35
Crowe A, Dirks C, Wenderoth MP. (2008) Biology in Bloom: Implementing Bloom's Taxonomy to Enhance Student Learning in Biology Cbe- Life Sciences Education. 7: 368-381
Freeman S, O'Connor E, Parks JW, et al. (2007) Prescribed active learning increases performance in introductory biology. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 6: 132-9
Dirks C, Cunningham M. (2007) Enhancing diversity in science: is teaching science process skills the answer? Cbe Life Sciences Education. 5: 218-26
Duh FM, Dirks C, Lerman MI, et al. (2005) Amino acid residues that are important for Hyal2 function as a receptor for jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus. Retrovirology. 2: 59
Dirks C, Duh FM, Rai SK, et al. (2002) Mechanism of cell entry and transformation by enzootic nasal tumor virus. Journal of Virology. 76: 2141-9
Anderson MM, Lauring AS, Robertson S, et al. (2001) Feline Pit2 functions as a receptor for subgroup B feline leukemia viruses. Journal of Virology. 75: 10563-72
Dirks C, Miller AD. (2001) Many nonmammalian cells exhibit postentry blocks to transduction by gammaretroviruses pseudotyped with various viral envelopes, including vesicular stomatitis virus G glycoprotein Journal of Virology. 75: 6375-6383
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