Dr. Mark Clifton received his Ph.D. in Biology from Florida International University (FIU) and a Bachelor of Science in Biology (Cum Laude) from Eastern Connecticut State University.
Before joining the Hodges University School of Allied Health in 2013, Mark was the Head Teaching Assistant for the FIU Genetics Lab, and a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in FIU’s Department of Biology. He has also been on research teams for Washington State University and the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. Dr. Clifton currently teaches Biology I, Introduction to the Health Sciences, and Research Methods in the Health Sciences.
When not teaching, you will most likely find Dr. Clifton gardening or enjoying other outdoor activities. He is married and has one child.