Professor of Biology
Dr. Warren, Professor of Biology, has authored several articles and been an invited speaker at regional, national and international conferences. The endowed Cavanaugh Chair in Biology at Louisiana College was awarded to Dr. Warren in 2000.
Dr. Warren has 25 years of teaching experience in higher education, beginning with teaching labs and serving as a guest lecturer while a graduate student at Texas A&M University. Since coming to Louisiana College in the fall of 1996, he has taught lecture and lab courses in zoology, anatomy, physiology, histology and neuropsychology. He also currently serves as the coordinator for the freshman orientation course (CC 100) and facilitates faculty training in online course delivery techniques.
Dr. Warren has extensive training in research techniques used in neuroscience. He has done survival surgical procedures including pinealectomies, brain lesion studies and extensive neuroanatomical tract-tracing. Species studied include rats, sparrows, chickens and alligators. Since joining the faculty at Louisiana College, Dr. Warren has developed skills in non-invasive recording techniques of many of the electrical outputs in humans. These include EEG (electroencephalogram), EMG (electromyogram), ECG (electrocardiogram) and GSR (galvanic skin response). He has also facilitated student learning in gross anatomy lectures and labs at the Louisiana State University Medical School in New Orleans.
He is married to Dr. Christy Trahan Warren, and they have two daughters, Casey and Chloe.
Dr. Warren’s hobbies include fishing, playing golf, and Hebrew language studies.