David Brooks

David Brooks

Lecturer in Biology
College Of Arts And Sciences
Department of Science and Mathematics
STB 311ZA

(210) 784-2402   |dbrooks@tamusa.edu

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Biography

 

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Awards

 
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Teaching Summary

 
Year Rank Company/Institute/University
2020-Present Lecturer Bioology Texas A&M University- San Antonio
2018-2019 7th Grade Science Instructor Hallsville Jr. High
2016-2017 Dean of Faculty/Physics Instructor Christian Heritage School of Longview
2008-2016 Associate Professor Biology East Texas Baptist University
2002-2008 Vice President for Student Services East Texas Baptist University
1998-2002 Assistant Professor Biology Ouachita Baptist University
1994-1998 Assistant Professor Biology LeTourneau University

 

 

 

Publications

 
  • Brooks, D.S. “Learning as for the Lord”, in College Faith 3: 4-5, 2006.
  • Cassone, V.M., D.S. Brooks and T.A. Kelm.  "Comparative distribution of 2-[125I]iodomelatonin binding in the brains of diurnal birds: Outgroup analysis with Turtles," Brain Behav. Evolution 45:241-256, 1995.

  • Brooks, D.S., C.F. Gonzalez, D.N. Appel and T.H. Filer. “Evaluation of endophytic bacteria as potential biological control agents for oak wilt,” Biological Control: theory and applications in pest management, v. 4, 373-381, 1994.

  • Brooks, D.S.  "Developmental and Circadian regulation of 2-[125I]iodomelatonin binding in the chick brain," Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas A&M University, 123 pages, 1994.

  • Cassone, V.M., W.S. Warren, D.S. Brooks and J. Lu. "Melatonin, the pineal gland and circadian rhythms," Biol. Rhythms 8:S73-S81, 1993.

  • Cassone, V.M., D.S. Brooks, D.B. Hodges, T.A. Kelm, J. Lu and W.S. Warren. "Integration of circadian and visual function in mammals and birds: brain imaging and the role of melatonin in biological clock regulation," Advances in Metabolic Mapping Techniques for Brain Imaging of Behavioral and Learning Functions. F. Gonzales-Lima, T. Finkenstaedt, and H. Scheich, eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht/Boston/London, pp. 299-318, 1992.  

  • Brooks, D.S. and V.M. Cassone.  "Daily and circadian patterns in 2-[125I]iodomelatonin binding in specific sites of chick brain," Endocrinology 131:1297-1304, 1992.

  • Cassone, V.M. and D.S. Brooks.  "The sites of melatonin action in the brain of the house sparrow, Passer domesticus," J. Exp. Zool. 60:302-309, 1991.

     

  • Brooks, D.S.  "Evaluation of endophytic bacteria from live oaks as potential biological control of oak wilt," M.S. Thesis, Texas A&M University, 76 pages, 1989.