Primary Teaching Area: Biology
Research Interests: Sensory Neuroscience.
Primary Teaching Area: Molecular Cell Biology
Research Interests: Identifying novel chromatin-associated targets for cancer therapy and cancer prevention.
Primary Teaching Area: Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Genetics
Research Interests: Ubiquitin proteasome system, Role of proteolytic degradation in cellular biology, mammalian physiology, and human disease.
Primary Teaching Area: Molecular Cell Biology, Gene Expression, Genetics
Research Interests: Regulation of rRNA synthesis.
Davis, Ann M., Ph.D., Lecturer
Office: ASSC 340
Elrod, Diana, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor
Office: GRB 325
Primary Teaching Area: Anatomy and Physiology and non-majors science
Gumienny, Tina, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Office: OMB 410
Primary Teaching Area: Biology, Advanced Genetics
Research Interests: Cell communication.
Primary Teaching Area: Immunology, Virology, Bacteriology
Research Interests: Viruses: host interactions.
Primary Teaching Area: Neuroanatomy, Advanced Cell Biology, Systems Neuroscience, Signal Transduction
Research Interests: Signal transduction mechanisms that mediate axon growth and guidance in neurons.
Primary Teaching Area: Botany, Plant Biology, Ecology, Biology, Environmental Biology, Plant Biochemistry and Physiology, Plant Physiology Ecology, Plant Environmental Biology and Plant Ecophysiology
Research Interests: Role of plant estrogen compounds development and reproduction; Reproductive ecology of plants in Moraceae family; Plant-animal interactions: mulberry-silkworm, sunflower-bee, and carnivorous plant-microbes
Mills, Nathaniel C., Ph.D., Professor/Radiation Safety Officer
Office: GRB 308
Primary Teaching Area: Biology, Endocrinology, Biology of Aging.
Research Interests: Hormonal regulation of gene expression in male reproductive tissues.
Tanner, Shaumarie, MST, Assistant Clinical Professor
Office: ASSC 322
Uphouse, Lynda, Ph.D Professor
Office: GRB 301A
Teaching Area: Neurotoxicology, Biostatistics, Neuroendocrinology, Neuropharmacology, Serotonin and Interdisciplinary seminar in Neuroscience
Research Area: Female gonadal hormones influence on vulnerability for the development of anxiety and depression
Westmoreland, Sandra L., Ph.D., Associate Professor
Office: ASSC 341
Primary Teaching Area: All areas of Biology
Research Interests: Electron microscopy/Science Teacher Education
DaCunha, Miguel, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor
Office: Houston Campus
Primary Teaching Area: Advanced Pathophysiology and Pathophysiology
Grigsby, Susan, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant
Office: Houston Campus
Primary Teaching Area: Anatomy and Physiology
Bass, Laura, Secretary
Office: GRB 201
Donohoo, Kirsten, Academic Advisor
Office: GRB 329
Faber, Sarah, Administrative Assistant
Office: GRB 230
Fax Number: 940.898.2382
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