Jillian Fesolovich, Darryl Horn, Ph.D., and Joseph Janick, Ph.D., have been appointed as the newest members of the Keystone College faculty.
Assistant Professor Jillian Fesolovich comes to Keystone from the University of the Sciences, Philadelphia.
Ms. Fesolovich received her undergraduate degree from Misericordia University, her master of science degree in forensic science from Cedar Crest College, and is pursuing her doctorate in cellular and molecular biology from the University of the Sciences.
She has been an adjunct faculty member at Rutgers University, Arcadia University, Lehigh/Carbon Community College, the University of the Sciences, and online for Southern New Hampshire University. She has worked professionally as a forensic biologist at NMS Labs and as a biochemist for Merck & Co.
Assistant Professor Dr. Darryl Horn joins Keystone College from the Medical Education Readiness Program in Miramar, Fla. where he served as assistant professor of biochemistry.
He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, his master’s from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, and his doctorate in biochemistry and molecular biology from the University of Miami. His teaching experience includes positions at the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, Nova Southeastern University, Edison State College, and Broward College.
Assistant Professor Dr. Joseph Janick joins Keystone from Binghamton University where he recently success defended his dissertation. Dr. Janick received his undergraduate degree in geography from Colgate University and obtained his doctorate in geology from Binghamton University. He worked as a project scientist for the ARM Group and has been an adjunct instructor at Binghamton University.