Inna Lindner, PhD
Associate Professor, Microbiology and Immunology
Dr. Inna Lindner was born in Moscow, Russia and came to the Unites States in 1991. She completed her B.S. degree in Microbiology and Chemistry at the University of Miami (UM) in Coral Gables, Florida. She went on to receive her PhD from the University of Miami School of Medicine. Her research focused on understanding the signaling pathways that are triggered during dendritic cell differentiation. While at the UM, Dr. Lindner taught undergraduate Microbiology courses and supervised several undergraduate research projects. Her research work has led to 10 peer-review publications as well as numerous national and international presentations. When she first joined Ross University, in 2000, she taught as a guest lecturer in the Advanced Introduction to Clinical Medicine semester. In 2005, Dr. Lindner moved on to teach Microbiology and Immunology in MERP. She became Microbiology and Immunology Course Director in 2009, coordinating the efforts of delivering MERP to Freeport, Bahamas. Dr. Lindner continues to develop MERP curricula in Miramar, Florida.