About Tracie Delgado

Tracie Delgado, PhD

Associate Professor 
Seattle Pacific University
Department of Biology
Eaton Hall 202
3307 3rd Ave W  Ste 205
Seattle, WA 98119

Phone: 206-281-2203

Twitter  -- @traciedelgado

Ph.D. Microbiology
(University of Washington)

B.S. Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics (UCLA)

Tracie Delgado CV (2023)

Tracie Delgado was born and raised in Los Angeles California. She attended UCLA for undergrad where she developed a huge passion for science and UCLA football. While at UCLA, she did molecular biology, cancer biology and herpesvirus research. After receiving her B.S. in Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics from UCLA, she moved to Seattle to pursue a PhD degree in Microbiology at the University of Washington. After graduation, Dr. Delgado spent 8 years as a biology professor at Northwest University before joining the Biology faculty at Seattle Pacific University in 2019.

One of Dr. Delgado’s passions is to help increase the number of underrepresented minorities in science. Since 2004, Tracie has been a member of the national "Society of Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in the Sciences" (SACNAS). She has been involved with SACNAS both regionally and nationally, organized over 30 outreach events in the greater Seattle area, given talks and lead sessions at the national conference, and provides mentorship to many students. Dr. Delgado was a speaker at the Seattle March for Science in 2017, where she discussed the need for more underrepresented minorities in the sciences.

Dr. Delgado resides in Renton with her husband Dr. Brian Stuck (DC), their sons Edgar and Ivan, and a yellow Labrador Retriever named Daisy. Tracie’s main hobby is singing. She sings at her church as well as public or private venues around Seattle.