Dr. Waterman has taught at ENC since 1999, and is currently the Chair of the Biology and Chemistry Departments. He is also a Health Professions advisor and an advisor to the Biology Club. Prior to coming to ENC, Dr. Waterman taught in the General Biology Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, and was a Research Fellow in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. To date he has coauthored seven articles, which have appeared in such journals as Cancer Research and Nature Genetics. His main research interest at present is in the interface of angiogenesis (new blood vessel growth) and tumor suppressor genes. He is also an active member of the American Association for Cancer Research. He lives with his wife in Sharon, Mass.
Post Doctoral Studies, Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Hospital
Ph.D. in Cellular-Molecular Biology, University of Pennsylvania
B.S. Biology, Eastern Nazarene College