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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2008-2010 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences 340  

Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences 340

Degree Programs Offered: Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program: Professor Wendie S. Cohick, Foran Hall, George H. Cook Campus (732-932-8165, ext.105)

Members of the Graduate Faculty

Juan P. Advis, Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Southwestern Medical School (Dallas); D.V.M., Austral (Chile)
Neuroendocrine control of reproduction

Brandon L. Alderman, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science and Sport Studies, SEBS; Ph.D., Arizona State
Effects of exercise on cardiovascular and mental health

Shawn M. Arent, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science and Sport Studies, SAS; Ph.D., Arizona State; CSCS
Exercise and the stress response; optimizing performance in athletes

Carol A. Bagnell, Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Medical College of Georgia
Control of reproductive tissue growth; placental insufficiency

Rocco V. Carsia, Associate Professor of Cell Biology, UMDNJ-SOM; Ph.D., Rutgers
Adrenocortical cell biology

Wendie S. Cohick, Associate Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Cornell
Hormonalregulation of mammary gland biology and breast cancer; molecular endocrinology

Julie M. Fagan, Associate Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Arizona
Proteomics; biochemical regulation of food and alcohol intake; proteases

Gregory C. Henderson, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science and Sports Studies, SEBS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Effects of exercise on macronutrient metabolism in humans

Barry W. Jesse, Associate Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Michigan State
Ruminant nutritional biochemistry and molecular biology

Henry B. John-Alder, Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, SEBS; Ph.D., California (Irvine)
Comparative and environmental physiology and endocrinology

Larry S. Katz, Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., California (Davis)
Endocrine regulation of reproductive behavior and wildlife damage management

Karyn Malinowski, Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS;Director ofRutgers Cooperative Extension; Ph.D., Rutgers
Equine endocrinology and physiology

Kenneth H. McKeever, Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Arizona; FACSM
Equine exercise physiology; comparative cardiovascular and renal physiology

Andre Pietrzykowski, Assistant Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Medical Center of Postgraduate Education (Warsaw)
Molecular neuroendocrinology of environmental adaptation and addiction

Loredana Quadro, Assistant Professor of Food Science, SEBS; Ph.D., Naples (Italy)
Nutrients and human health; use of genetically modified animal models

Sarah L. Ralston, Associate Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., V.M.D., Pennsylvania; Dip. ACVN
Equine nutrition and behavior; effects of diet and age on glucose, insulin, and mineral metabolism

Dipak K. Sarkar, Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Director, Endocrine Program; Director, Biomedical Division, CAS; Ph.D., Calcutta (India); D.Phil., Oxford (UK)
Cellular and molecular neuroendocrinology

Michael V.K. Sukhdeo, Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, SEBS; Ph.D., McGill (Canada)
Vertebrate parasitology

Mehmet Uzumcu, Associate Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; D.V.M., Ankara (Turkey); Ph.D., Ohio State
Ovary and testis development; endocrine disruptors in gonadal development

Malcolm Watford, Professor of Nutritional Sciences, SEBS; D.Phil., Oxford (UK)
Regulation of glutamine metabolism

Michael Westendorf, Associate Extension Specialist and Associate Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Kentucky
Ruminant nutrition; by-product utilization; waste management

Lori White, Associate Professor of Biochemistry, SEBS; Ph.D., Dartmouth
Molecular mechanisms of xenobiotic-induced pathologies

Carey A. Williams, Associate Extension Specialist and Assistant Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic
Equine nutrition and exercise; antioxidant supplementation and oxidative stress

James E. Wohlt, Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Illinois
Nutritional requirements and management practices for livestock

Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty

Nadka Iv. Boyadjieva, Assistant Research Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; M.D., Ph.D., D.Sci., Medical Academy (Bulgaria)
Neuroendocrine control of immune system; effect of alcohol

AdjunctMembers of the Graduate Faculty

Constance Grill, Medical Education Senior Manager, Oncology, Sanofi-Aventis; Ph.D., Rutgers
Pharmacogenomics and breast cancer; personalized medicine; drug discovery

David W. Horohov, Professor of Pathobiological Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State; Ph.D., Tennessee
Effect of exercise stress on cytokines regulating equine immune responses

D. Bradley Imwalle, Assistant Research Professor of Animal Sciences, SEBS; Ph.D., Kentucky
Behavioral neuroendocrinology

Limin Kung Jr., Professor of Animal and Food Sciences, Delaware; Ph.D., Michigan State
Ruminant nutrition and microbiology

Linda Rhodes, Senior Partner, AlcheraBio; V.M.D., Pennsylvania; Ph.D., Cornell
Development of new animal health and productivity tools based on biotechnology

Jeffrey D. White, Chief Scientific Officer, Predict, Inc.; Ph.D., SUNY (Stony Brook)
Neuroendocrine control of growth and metabolism; drug discovery

 
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