Dianne G. Hendricks

Full Time Lecturer

Phone: (206)685-9283
Office: Foege N430MDianne-Hendricks-cropped

Lab Website

How I am inventing the future of medicine

My goal is to enhance the undergraduate training of bioengineers by developing and implementing effective teaching strategies, creating opportunities for undergraduates to use their skills for the benefit of society, and recruitment/retention of a diverse undergraduate population.
Research Interests

Developing undergraduate labs involving molecular biology and genetic/tissue engineering
K-12 outreach/education opportunities for undergraduates
Recruitment and retention of a diverse population of undergraduates in science and engineering disciplines
Senior capstone design projects
Honors program
Service learning and student leadership
Research Description


PhD, Genetics, Duke University, 2010
B.S., Molecular Biology, University of Texas, 1999
B.A., Psychology, University of Texas, 1999

Postdoc Information

Awards and Honors

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 1999-2002

UW Bioengineering Courses Taught

BIOEN 215: Introduction to Bioengineering Problem Solving
BIOEN 410: Bioengineering Honors Seminar
BIOEN 498/599: Tissue Culture Lab
BIOEN 576: Protein Engineering Lab
Selected Publications

D.G. Hendricks, L. Pick, and A.C. Taylor. “Bioengineering Global Health: Design and Implementation of a Summer Day Camp for High School Students.” American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Seattle, WA. (2015)

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