Professor Doug Quick with background

Doug Quick

Professor of Biology


Campbell Science 210

Doug Quick

Receiving his B.S. from the University of Iowa and his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of North Dakota, Dr. Doug Quick combines his two great loves in the classroom: his belief in and discipleship to Jesus Christ, and his intense study and dedication to science.

Since taking over the Biology program, Quick has been instrumental in the lives of his students, going above and beyond to help them achieve their goals of post-graduate education.

“I just really enjoy the life sciences and every aspect of it. I enjoy getting people to where they need to be. I do it well so I can get people into medical school, veterinary school, dental school, physical therapy, and everywhere. That is what I really enjoy about it. Helping people grow in Christ.”

Courses:

Biology

Cell Biology

Ecology

Genetics

Microbiology

Zoology

Origins

Bioethics

Physiology

Molecular Cell Biology

Vaccine Research Lab

 

Publications and Presentations:

  • Carboxyl-Methylation of Non-Histone Chromosomal Proteins
    Quick, DP and Duerre, JA. (1980) Carboxyl-Methylation of Non-Histone Chromosomal Proteins. Biochem 20:4724-29.
  • Nucleotide Sequence of the Bovine Growth Hormone Gene.
    Gordon, DF, Quick, DP, Erwin, CR, Donelson, JE, and Maurer, RA ( 1983 ) Nucleotide Sequence of the Bovine Growth Hormone Gene. Mol. Cell. Endocrinology 33, 81-95.
  • Rat hepatic cytosolic phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (GTP).
    Beale EG; Chrapkiewicz NB; Scoble HA; Metz RJ; Quick DP; Noble RL; Donelson JE; Biemann K; Granner DK ( 1985 ). Rat hepatic cytosolic phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (GTP). Structures of the protein, messenger RNA, and gene. J Biol Chem Sep 5 1985, 260 (19) p10748-60.
  • The Development of a Recombinant Vaccine for Isospora suis.
    Quick, DP. (1992) The Development of a Recombinant Vaccine for Isospora suis. USDA Competitive Research Grants Office Small Business Innovation Research Program Technical Abstracts, p18.
  • Patent for Isospora suis vaccine.
    Quick, DP, Welter, M, Welter, L, and Welter, CJ. (1999) Patent for Isospora suis vaccine. USA Patent 5861160.
  • Complete Development of the Porcine Coccidium Isospora suis Biester, 1934 in cell cultures.
    Lindsay DS; Quick DP; Steger AM; Toivio-Kinnucan MA; Blagburn BL. (1999) Complete Development of the Porcine Coccidium Isospora suis Biester, 1934 in cell cultures. J Parasitol, 84(3):635-7.
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