Andrew Petzold

Andrew is a faculty member at the University of Minnesota Rochester. He primarily spends his time teaching Anatomy and Physiology, Molecular Genetics and Immunology. Aside from educating, Andrew is also involved in research examining the social behavior of zebrafish (Danio rerio) and how it affects other behaviors including learning and addiction.

Selected Publications and Presentations

Petzold, AM, Nichols, MD and Dunbar RL. Teaching artful and accurate scientific presentation skills at the undergraduate level: A multidisciplinary approach. Presented at ACUBE annual meeting. October 19-20 2012.

Petzold, A. M., Bedell, V. M., Boczek, N. J., Essner, J. J., Balciunas, D., Clark, K. J., and Ekker, S. C. (2010) SCORE Imaging: specimen in a corrected optical rotational enclosure. Zebrafish, 7(2): 149-54.

Petzold, A. M., Balciunas, D., Sivasubbu, S., Clark, K., Bedell, V., Westcot, S., et al. (2009).Nicotine response genetics in the zebrafish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(44), 18662-18667. doi:10.1073/pnas.0908247106.

  • Education
    • BA: Hamline University, 2005.
    • PhD: University of Minnesota, 2010