Sarah Gall, PhD
College of Health, Human Services, and Science
Originally from northeast Tennessee, Sarah Gall received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN, in 1998. Six years later, she earned a PhD in Molecular Cell Biology from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. Gall began teaching in the Biology department at Ashford University in the fall of 2004. Her primary teaching responsibilities include most of the upper-level biology classes for science and health care majors, including (but not limited to) Anatomy & Physiology, Cell Biology, Genetics & Immunology, and Microbiology. She has also directed several senior research projects for students. Additionally, Dr. Gall teaches a biology course for non-science majors, and has team-taught an interdisciplinary course on Science and Culture. Her hope for her students: "That they will learn to think in new ways and apply their knowledge to new situations."