Kyle MacLea

Assistant Professor

Biological Sciences, A.S.
Biological Sciences, B.A.
Biotechnology, B.S.
Neuropsychology, B.S.
UNH Manchester
Office 559


Dr. Kyle MacLea is an Assistant Professor of Biology at UNH Manchester where he teaches courses in the areas of molecular biology and microbiology. His research interests include prions and amyloids in yeast and human disease, microbial genetics, and the biology of molting and limb regeneration in decapod crustaceans (such as crabs, lobsters, and crayfish). A member of the Council on Undergraduate Research and the Genome Consortium for Active Teaching, Dr. MacLea is keenly interested in involving undergraduate biology students in authentic scientific research experiences, inside and outside of the classroom.


  • BIOL 413 - Principles of Biology
  • BMS 503 - General Microbiology
  • BMS 602 - Pathogenic Microbiology
  • Courses in molecular biology under development


  • Ph.D., Dartmouth College
  • A.B., Cornell University

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