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Trina Alexis Schroer

Trina Alexis Schroer, American cell biology educator. Predoctoral fellow University California Regents, 1980-1982, Patent Fund award, 1984, 85; Muscular Dystrophy Association postdoctoral fellow, 1986-1988, Grass Foundation fellow, 1986, Lucile and David Packard science and engineering fellow, 1990-1995; National Institutes of Health grantee; Searle scholar, 1990-1993; recipient Teaching award Johns Hopkins University Student Council, 1992.


  • Schroer, Trina Alexis was born on June 22, 1959 in Rochester, New York, United States. Daughter of David Edward Schroer and Ceres May (Gaskins) York.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences cum laude, Stanford University, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry and Biophysics, University California, San Francisco, 1986.


    • Postdoctoral fellow in cell biology and physiology Washington University School Medicine, St. Louis, 1986-1989. Assistant professor biology Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, since 1990. Ad hoc reviewer cell biology study section National Science Foundation, 1990, 93.

      Ad hoc member science advisory committee A, American Cancer Society, 1993-1994, member, since 1995. Presenter professional conferences and seminars, organizations including American Society Cell Biology, 1986, 93, New York Society Electron Microscopists, 1988, 93, American Society Nephrology, 1993, Stanford (California) University, 1993, Emory University, Atlanta, 1994, University Connecticut, Farmington, 1994, others.


    • Contributor articles to science journals.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society Cell Biology.



    Sailing, skiing, sewing, gourmet cooking, physical fitness.


    • Married D. Mark Eckley, May 24, 1992.
    • father: David Edward Schroer York
    • mother: Ceres May (Gaskins) York
    • spouse: D. Mark Eckley
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    Born June 22, 1959
    (age 58)
    • 1980
      Stanford University
    • 1986
      University California
    • 1986 - 1989
      Postdoctoral fellow, in cell biology and physiology Washington University School Medicine
    • 1990
      assistant, professor biology Johns Hopkins University
      Baltimore, Maryland, United States