Delbert Andre Green
Delbert Andre GreenGraduate Student
Current Position: Assistant Professor, University of Michigan
B.Sc., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ph.D., Harvard University
Postdoc, University of Chicago
Andre was an MCO Graduate Training Program graduate student in the lab from 2008-2014. He was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and a Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship in support of his PhD work, and he successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis on April 21, 2014 – see photos of the champagne toasts here.
For his doctoral research, Andre worked on the molecular genetic basis of counting among groups of cell, using interspecific variation in ovariole number among the Drosophilids as a model.
Andre was then awarded an ASEE/NSF Small Business Postdoctoral Research Diversity Fellow at InnoGenomics Technologies in New Orleans, where he worked in the forensic DNA industry.
He went on to win a postdoctoral research fellowship from the NSF, which he held in the lab of Marcus Kronforst at the University of Chicago.
He is currently a President’s Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan.