- Ph.D., Penn State University, 2009
- B.S. with Honors, Canisius College, 2003
Honors and Awards
- 2015: George W. Atherton Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
- 2012: Recognized as one of the "Most Highly Rated Faculty – Eberly College of Science" for BIO129/141 (Spring)
- 2012: Inducted National Residence Hall Honorary Faculty (for BIOME Special Living Option)
- 2011: ECoS Climate and Diversity Award
- 2011: Recognized as one of the "Most Highly Rated Faculty – Eberly College of Science" for BIOL129 (Fall)
- 2012: First Year Experience Faculty Appreciation Award
- 2011: First Year Experience Faculty Appreciation Award
- 2010: First Year Experience Faculty Appreciation Award
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Malcos, JL and RJ Cyr. (2011) An ungrouped kinesin accumulates at the preprophase band in a cell cycle-dependent manner. Cytoskeleton. 68(4)
Malcos, JL and RJ Cyr. (2011) Acentrosomal Spindle Formation Through the Heroic Age of Microscopy: Past Techniques, Present Thoughts, and Future Directions. The Plant Cytoskeleton (187-205)., B. Liu , Springer: New York.
Malcos, JL. And RJ Cyr. (2008) Domain Complexity in Plant Kinesins. In V. Bard, Y. Blume, D. Breviario, A. Yemets (Eds.) The Plant Cytoskeleton: a Key Tool for Agro-Biotechnology (351-372). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.