Phone: 734-997-1900 x37540
Degrees and Certifications:
M.S., Biological Science, Michigan State University (2011); BSc, Biology, Eastern Michigan University (2002)
Mr. Michael Damron
Mr. Damron graduated in 1988 from Clinton High School, having participated in both Track & Field and Cross Country. He obtained his Bachelors of Science degree in 2002 from Eastern Michigan University, where he majored in Biology with minors in Chemistry and General Science. As an undergraduate student, Mr. Damron conducted significant research regarding the variety of blue-green algae distributed in the waters of southeast Michigan. While teaching at Huron High School he continued his own education at Michigan State University, graduating in 2011 with a Masters of Science in Biology. His primary science research interest is the application of RNAi and CRISPR technology in medical applications. Prior to his employment with Ann Arbor Public Schools, Mr. Damron served as a laboratory technician with the Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology department of the University of Michigan. A frequent camper and backpacker, Mr. Damron greatly enjoys travelling both up north and out west for outdoor adventure. Mr. Damron resides in Plymouth, Michigan with his wife and daughter where he enjoys listening to a wide variety of music, reading the occasional Marvel comic, and watching any sporting events of the Tigers, Spartans, and Wolverines.