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Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Biochemistry from the University of Wyoming
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Biochemistry from the University of Nevada-Reno
BIO100 - Biology Concepts
BIO156 - Introductory Biology for Allied Health
BIO205 - Microbiology
CHM130 - Fundamental Chemistry
CHM151 and 151LL - General Chemistry I and Laboratory
CHM235LL and CHM236LL - General Organic Chemistry Laboratory I and II
CHM260 and 260LL - Fundamental Biochemistry and Laboratory
Dr. Hoyt is originally from Laramie, Wyoming where his interest in science began with watching science fiction movies and television shows and reading many science fiction novels.
After receiving his bachelor's degree in biochemistry from the University of Wyoming, Dr. Hoyt attended graduate school at the University of Nevada-Reno for his Ph.D. in biochemistry. Post graduate research experiences were at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ and at Rice University in Houston, TX.
Dr. Hoyt's research interests are in microbial physiology and biochemistry. Research topics have included study of thermal stress in the fungi Penicillium duponti, regulation of glycolysis and Krebs cycle by covalent phosphorylation of various enzymes in several bacteria and studies concerning enzymes and genes involved in antibiotic biosynthesis in the genus Streptomyces.
Additional research experience occurred at the VA medical centers in Tucson and Phoenix, AZ. This research was concerned with the control of inflammation in chronic, inflammatory lung diseases such as asthma, COPD and bronchitis, and dealt with the role of inflammatory proteins, enzymes, and nitric oxide in the inflammatory process and use of doxycycline and various statins as potential anti-inflammatory agents. .<
Dr. Hoyt enjoys watching movies, reading, and hiking and backpacking in the desert southwest.