Brenda Quinn is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biology. She teaches College Chemistry, Chemistry for Scientific Glassblowers, General Biology for majors as well as non-majors, Genetics and Ecology. She did cancer research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, developing a drug delivery system involving monoclonal antibody targeted liposomes. Her research is published in Laboratory Investigations and Cancer Research. Brenda has served on a variety of committees at the college, and is currently the Chair of the Academic Standards and Appeals Committee. Outside of college, Brenda is active in the community. She was instrumental in opening a home for homeless women and their children. She also ran the Collegium Center for Faith and Culture in Haddon Heights from 2014 until 2021. She is a mother to three wonderful daughters, plus a very goofy German Shepherd rescue, as well as being an active member of her Church. She likes to garden, read books, teach catechesis, spend time with friends and drink coffee.
B.S. Biochemistry, Juniata College
M.S. Biochemistry, University of Tennesee