Dr. Patricia Godoy is a microbiology professor at Joyce University.
Patricia has decades of experience as a professor and research/project coordinator in biological and health sciences. She currently teaches high school biology, AP biology, anatomy and physiology, and AP research.
Patricia holds a BS in biological science, an MS in microbiology and immunology, an MA in business administration. She went on to earn a PhD in Biology of Host Pathogen Relationships from the Universidade de Sao Paulo, and earned a graduate certificate in secondary teaching from Weber State University.
Patricia relishes sharing her passion for microbiology and seeing the changes education promotes in her students. She enjoys meeting different people and being able to help them achieve their academic goals.
Patricia has extensive publications. These are links to her works:
7. Eukaryotic Cell, (8), 1592-1603. https://ec.asm.org/content/8/10/1592
Patricia has volunteered for many programs, some of which include mentoring at “She is a Scientist” events at Brigham Young University, educational volunteering and guest speaking at Weber State University, educational volunteering at Hillcrest Elementary School, and holding multiple committee member positions.
Patricia enjoys spending time with family and friends. She likes outdoor activities, watching movies, reading books, and traveling.