Dr. Wray has over 20 years of educational and research experience across a range of topics in genetics and genomics. At JAX he is innovating existing courses through addition of blended content, launching new programs and running a multi-state teacher professional development program. Dr. Wray received his B.A. from Amherst College, and his Ph.D. from Yale University; and was a post-doctoral fellow at UCLA and UC Berkeley.
Associated SEPA Project(s)
Teaching the Genome Generation: Professional Development for Genomics Instruction in Rural and Urban High Schools
R25OD020205-01A1 : 05/01/2016 - 01/31/2021
Associated SEPA Publication(s)
Teaching the Genome Generation: Bringing modern human genetics into the classroom through teacher professional development
Journal of STEM Outreach
LaRue K, McKernan M, Bass K, Wray C.
Introducing students to the genome: Brave new world or the Red Queen’s Wonderland?
The American Biology Teacher, National Association of Biology Teachers