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consultant , plant biologist

Dina Florence Mandoli, American plant biologist, consultant. Achievements include patent disclosures in fiber optic physics of plants under water stress, axenic methods for algal cells; research in sub-soil photobiology; fiber optic properties of plant tissues, very low-fluence responses of plants, seawater technology. Volunteer American Heart Association, Seattle, 1990. Member AWIS, American Society Plant Physiology, Sigma Xi.

Background

Mandoli, Dina Florence was born on November 24, 1954 in San Francisco, California, United States.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Wellesley College, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1982.

Career

Fisher fellow, University of California, Berkeley, 1976-1977;research technician, Brandeis U., Waltham, Massachusetts, 1977-1978;American Women in Science scholar, Carnegie Institute, Stanford, California, 1978-1980;Carnegie fellow, Carnegie Institute, Stanford, California, 1978-1982;National Institutes of Health fellow biochemistry, Stanford University, 1982-1985;staff scientist, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Seattle, 1985-1987;research associate, U. Washington, Seattle, 1987-1991;research assistant professor, U. Washington, Seattle, since 1991. Consultant Becton-Dickinson, Sunnyvale, California, 1984-1985, OPUS Enterprises, Seattle, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent disclosures in fiber optic physics of plants under water stress, axenic methods for algal cells. Research in sub-soil photobiology. Fiber optic properties of plant tissues, very low-fluence responses of plants, seawater technology.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Science American, Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences.

Membership

Volunteer American Heart Association, Seattle, 1990. Member AWIS, American Society Plant Physiology, Sigma Xi.