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I have earned a Master of Science (1986) from the University of Akron in Aquatic Ecology and Comparative Physiology and then received my Ph.D. from Wayne State University in Biological Sciences (1991) investigating thermal behavior of cardiac tissues in response to pharmacological stressors. My postdoctoral training took place at the University of Virginia in the Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics (2001-2004) investigating the energetic consequences of smooth muscle regulation. I have held academic positions in the departments of Physiology at the University of Virginia, The Medical College of Georgia and currently hold the position of Associate Professor with tenure in the Department of Physiology in the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. I have been continuously funded since 1994 by the America Heart Association, National Heart Foundation, NIH (NIDDK); Phillip Morris International research Foundation, and currently funded by NIH NIEHS by RO1 and U19 mechanisms. Recent publication in the toxicology arena include: Nanotoxicology, Particle and Fiber Toxicology, Toxicology, WIRES NanoMed and Nanaobio., Small, Am J Res Cell Mol Biol., Vascular Pharmacology, Inhalation Tox., Translational Research, Am J Phys Heart and Circ.
His research is on Nanotoxicology, Particle and Fiber Toxicology, Toxicology, WIRES NanoMedicine and Nanaobiotechnology
Anagha Malur, Barbara P Barna, Janki Pate, Matthew McPeek, Christopher J Wingard, Larry Dobbs and Mary Jane Thomassen*
Research Article: J Nanomed Nanotechnol 2015, 6:340