Daniel Meer joined the faculty at Cardinal Stritch University in 1996. Daniel has a Ph. D. in Muscle Biology from Marquette University, an M.A. also from Marquette University in Neurobiology, and a B.A. from Cardinal Stritch College in Biology and Mathematics. He has over 20 years of teaching experience at Cardinal Stritch University but has also taught at Marquette University and Milwaukee Area Technical College. He has taught a broad array of courses in the Natural Sciences from General Biology I to Immunology. His specialty is physiology, so the mainstays of his teaching are the Anatomy and Physiology series and General Physiology. Dr. Meer is currently serving as the Chair of the Natural Sciences department.
- B.A., Cardinal Stritch University
- M.S., Marquette University
- Ph.D., Marquette University
Single cell force measurement, Electrophysiology, Toxicology and RTPCR.
"My mission is to provide students with a student-centered, broad-spectrum natural sciences undergraduate experience for individuals exploring careers in the health sciences and research fields. I am a product of the Cardinal Stritch educational experience. Small class sizes and interaction with faculty allowed me to maximize the return on my educational investment. My Stritch degree has never let me down, when I compare how I was prepared to meet the challenges of graduate school to others, I was never disappointed. Now, I want to give back to Stritch and Stritch students by providing that same experience for the future leaders of the world."
- Daniel P. Meer