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  1. Thomas P. Arnold

    Thomas P Arnold, PhD graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in vertebrate zoology and physical chemistry. His PhD is from the University of South Florida, College of Medicine where his research was in the regulation of growth factor, tyrosine kinases and modeling diseases in cultured human tissues. His postdoctoral ex... Read More »

  2. Diana Speelman

    Dr. Diana Speelman has a longstanding interest in the relationship between structure and function, including how changes at the anatomic level translate into changes at the molecular level and vice versa. She gained training and expertise in study design and analysis, and in a variety of different biochemical and physiologic techniques through her predo... Read More »

  3. Alice Hudder

    Dr. Hudder is Assistant Director of Lecture-Discussion Pathway, Faculty Resident Monitor, Director of Endocrine System, and Director of Biochemistry. Positions Held July 2014 - present Associate Professor of Biochemistry Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. July 2012 –June 2014 Assistant Professor of Biochemistry Lake Erie College of Osteop... Read More »

  4. Jackie Crisman

    Dr. Crisman received a B.S. in Biochemistry from SUNY Geneseo. Her studies included a Master's degree in molecular virology and a Doctorate in molecular immunology from the Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology Program at the Ohio State University. As an assistant professor at Penn State College of Medicine with joint appointments in the Depart... Read More »

  5. Devora Cohen-Karni

    During her Ph.D. at Boston University and New-England Biolabs, Dr. Cohen-Karni worked on the novel MspJI family of restriction endonucleases and application in epigenetics. She has completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard (Boston Children's Hospital) working on the intestinal stem-cell niche in mouse models, using lineage tracing and genetic anal... Read More »

  6. W. Richard Chegwidden

    Richard Chegwidden is Director of the Problem-Based Learning Pathway of the D.O. Program, Director of Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, and Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. A graduate of the University of London, England, where he also received his Ph.D. from Guy’s Hospital Medical School, Dr. Chegwidden has been awarded a Gunsen Exhi... Read More »

  7. Julie A. Brown

    Dr. Brown completed her Ph.D. in microbiology and immunology from the University of Virginia and served in post-doctoral and research staff fellow positions at the National Cancer Institute, performing research in molecular virology and immunology. She held faculty positions at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and the University of Pitt... Read More »

  8. Roger Biringer

    Dr. Roger Biringer is a protein biochemist with over 30 years’ experience in industry and academia. He has a B.A. in Chemistry and Biology from UC Santa Cruz and M.S. in Chemistry from San Jose University. He received his Ph.D in Biochemistry from University of Santa Cruz in 1985 and a postdoctoral appointment in the Department of Chemistry of the sam... Read More »