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Don C. Dailey

Professor, Department ChairDon Dailey

Sundquist Science Complex, Room D125
P.O. Box 4718
Clarksville, TN 37044
(931) 221-7223
email: daileyd@apsu.edu

Education

Ph.D. Indiana University School of Medicine (Microbiology), 1988
B.S. University of Southern Indiana (Biology), 1982

Teaching

Microbial Diversity, Principles of Microbiology, Genetics

Research Interests

Molecular basis of microbial pathogenesis

Selected Publications

McReynolds, M. and D. C. Dailey. 2001. Monitoring, Identification, and Genetic Characterization of Tetracycline-resistant Enterococci from Miller Creek, Robertson County, Tennessee. American Society of Microbiology. Orlando.

McReynolds, M. and D. C. Dailey. 1999. Tetracycline-resistant Enterococcus sp in the Sulphur Fork Creek and Red River Watersheds, Robertson Co., Tennessee. 8th Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. TVA's Land Between the Lakes.

Dailey, D.C., L.F. Barber, H.J. Semrau, C.L. Taylor, and M.T. Finley. March 1998. Levels of fecal indicator bacteria associated with the Sulphur Fork Creek Watershed, Robertson Co., Tennessee. Eighth Tennessee Water Resources Symposium. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

Barber, L.F., H.J. Semrau, C.L. Taylor, D.C. Dailey, and M.T. Finley. March 1998. Preliminary results of amphibian larval development as bio-indicators of water quality in the Sulphur Fork Creek Watershed, Robertson Co., Tennessee. Eighth Tennessee Water Resources Symposium. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

McReynolds, M. and D. C. Dailey. 1998. Tetracycline resistant Enterococcus sp. in the Sulphur Fork Creek Watershed, Robertson Co., Tennessee. Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science. Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville.