- Doctorate in Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology from The Graduate Center (CUNY), 2016
- Masters of Philosophy in Biological Sciences from The Graduate Center (CUNY), 2013
- Masters of Arts in Biological Sciences from Hunter College, 2011
- Masters of Science in Adolescent Education in Biology from The College of Staten Island, 2010
- Bachelor of Science in Biology and Secondary Education from Macaulay Honors College and The College of Staten Island, 2009
- Esposito, M. M. (2016). The Implications of Chromatin Remodelers’ Acetylation in INO1 Activation.
- Esposito, M., Konarzewska, P., Shen, C.-H. (2012). INO1 induction requires chromatin remodelers Ino80p and Snf2p but not the histone acetylases. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 418(3), 483-488.
- Esposito, M., Konarzewska, P., Odeyale, O., and Shen, C.-H. (2009). Gene-wide histone acetylation at the yeast ino1 requires the transcriptional activator ino2p. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 391(2), 1285-90.
- Xing, C., Liu, T., Zheng, J., Ng, J., Esposito, M., & Hu, Q. (2009). Rh(I)/diene-catalyzed addition reactions of aryl/alkenylboronic acids with aldehydes. Tetrahedron Letters: International Organ for the Rapid Publication of Preliminary Communications in Organic Chemistry, 50(35), 4953-4957.
- BI219- Microbiology Lecture and Lab (including New Seminary Sections)
- BIO 105- Molecular Foundations of Cell Function Lecture (General BIO)
- BIO 106- Principles of Biology Lecture (General BIO)
- BIO 312- Genetics Lecture
- BIO 312L- Genetics Laboratory
- BIO 327- Molecular Biology Lecture
- BIO 327L- Molecular Biology Laboratory
- BIO 351- Clinical Microbiology Laboratory
- BIO 352L- Cell Biology Laboratory
- BIO 751- Graduate Molecular Genetics Lecture
- BIO 751L- Graduate Molecular Genetics Laboratory
- HON 223- Macaulay Honors Science and Technology Lecture (Scientific Writing)
- Mi200 Microbiology Lecture
- My research interests are: Microbiology and Molecular Genetics with a hint of Environmental Science; Metal Toxicity and Remediation Mechanisms; Chromatin Remodeler and Histone Acetyltransferase Mechanisms in Gene Expression
Service to the University:
- Advising Students (hopefully soon!)
Why I Love GCU:
- My favorite aspect of this university is that GCU has the most beautiful feeling of community you will experience anywhere! Right from the moment you drive into campus and see signs with the core values, you know that you are in a safe nurturing environment that allows creative thinking and community service to flourish. Along those lines of community, it is such an amazing feeling to be in a place where students are not just numbers on a roster or blurred faces in a massive lecture hall…instead every student gets the chance to shine with one-on-one attention in small classrooms that are student-centric.