Ricki Lewis

Ricki Lewis, author of the successful WCB/McGraw-Hill textbooks Life and Human Genetics, effectively combines the skills of scientist and journalist. Since earning her Ph.D. in genetics from Indiana University in 1980, she has published more than 3,000 articles in scientific as well as popular publications. Ricki contributes regularly to The Scientist, Genetic Engineering News, and Biophotonics International, and has written for Discover, Science, BioScience, and encyclopedias. She is a genetic counselor for a private medical practice in upstate New York, and is an adjunct professor of biology at the University at Albany and at Miami University. Ricki brings a molecular, cellular, and genetics perspective, with an effective journalistic flair, to Hole's Human Anatomy and Physiology.

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