Professor of Biology, Cedarville University
At Cedarville since 1997
Office: ENS 273
My research is on the action of chemorepellents in Tetrahymena. I am interested in determining the mechanisms by which Tetrahymena avoid repellents, as well as in discovering new repellents.† The repellents that we have partially characterized to date include lysozyme/PACAP, ATP, and GTP.† We have found that ATP and PACAP use a G-protein coupled pathway, while GTP uses a tyrosine kinase pathway.
To see Tetrahymena as
well as many other protozoans, click on the following protozoan images.
BIO 4210--Advanced Cell Biology
BIO 2250--Cell Biology (Spring)
BIO 4220--Signal Transduction (summer, online)
BIO 4350--Immunology (Fall)
BIO 3800óBiological Research (Fall, Spring)
Do you want to do undergraduate research in biology and earn some $$$ over the summer?† Google SURP (Summer Undergraduate Research Program) biology, or search at a university near your hometown. You can get credit for BIO 3810, experience, and pizza money all ath the same time.
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