Melissa Boles, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Division Chairperson for the Natural Sciences

Office: Main Building, Room 213A

Professor Melissa Boles

Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences from Baylor College of Medicine
B.S. in Biology from Spring Hill College

September 1, 2018

Dr. Boles has worked for C-GCC for 4 years. Her teaching interests include human biology, anatomy and physiology and microbiology.

  • Human Biology
  • Anatomy & Physiology I
  • Anatomy & Physiology II
  • General Microbiology
  • Boles, M.K., Wilkinson, B., Maxwell, A., Lai, L., Mills, A., Nishijima, I., Salinger, A., Moskowitz, I., Hirschi, K.K, Liu, B., Bradley, A., Justice, M.J. “Eleven lethal mouse lines isolated in a chromosome 4 ENU balancer screen.” BMC Genetics. (March 2009);
  • Boles, M.K., Wilkinson B.M., Wilming L.G., Liu B., Probst F.J., Harrow J., Grafham D., Hentges K.E., Woodward L.P., Maxwell A., Mitchell K., Risley M.D., Johnson R., Hirschi K., Lupski J.R., Funato Y., Miki H., Marin-Garcia P., Matthews L., Coffey A.J., Parker A., Hubbard T.J., Rogers J., Bradley A., Adams D.J., Justice M.J. “Discovery of candidate disease genes in ENU-induced mouse mutants by large-scale sequencing including a splice-site mutation in nucleoredoxin.” PLoS Genetics. (December 2009) ;
Dr. Melissa Boles with lab skeleton

Dr. Boles in the anatomy and physiology lab