Reynolds, Stephanie (Science)

Ms. Reynolds and her dog Delilah
Welcome! This is my first year teaching, and I am excited to be joining the NDA family. I will be teaching Honors Physics and Computer Science Essentials this Fall 2018 semester.

I received my Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering in 2015, and then moved on to pursue my Master's in Chemical Engineering at Georgia Tech. My graduate research related to Caenorhabditis elegans and microfluidics...You should ask me about it if you want to learn more!

Since I just graduated from GT this past summer, I'm very new to the Asheville area. So far, I really love all of the great hiking venues and the awesome weather. My dogs, Precious and Delilah, like it too!

Feel free to contact me with questions, comments, or concerns. I tend to be most responsive to email, and you may contact me at stephanie.reynolds@bcsemail.org

Looking forward to a great year!!

Microfluidic Device
A fairly complicated microfluidic device that monitors the growth of bacteria over time.
Image source: Balagaddé, F. K., You, L., Hansen, C. L., Arnold, F. H. & Quake, S. R. Long-term monitoring of bacteria undergoing programmed population control in a microchemostat. Science 309, 137–140 (2005).