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INBS PhD Program Graduate Faculty

Faculty directly involved in the PhD in Integrated Biosciences (INBS) program have extensive and diverse backgrounds in teaching graduate courses, advising and mentoring graduate students, securing millions in federal and private funding, guiding postdoctoral scholars, and publishing in refereed journals. There are two categories of INBS Ph.D. program graduate faculty: teaching faculty and research mentors. Both research mentors and teaching faculty may teach courses numbered 8000 or above and/or serve on dissertation and examining committees. However, only research mentors may chair dissertation committees. 

First Name

Rank

Dept

INBS-Teaching

INBS-Research

Research Area

Emmanuel Awumey

Asst Pf

BIOL/BBRI

 

X

Mechanisms of Perivascular Nerve Ca2+-sensing Receptor Signaling in Hypertension, Obesity and Diabetes

Gregory Cole

Pf

BIOL/BBRI

X

X

Developmental neurobiology; effect of ethanol exposure on nervous system development using the zebrafish animal model  

Jodie Fleming

Asst Pf

BIOL

X

X

Characterize the role of the tissue microenvironment on the behavior and function of the mammary gland and its role in the development and promotion of cancer

Julie Horvath

Assc Pf

BIOL

X

 X

 Primate comparative genetics and genomics,  Microbiome studies of health and disease

Catherine S. Key

Asst Pf

BIOL

X

X

 

Ju-Ahng Lee

Asst Pf

BIOL/BBRI

 

X

 

Mildred Pointer

Assc Pf

BIOL/BBRI

X

X

 

ClarLynda Williams-Devane

Asst Pf

BIOL/BBRI

X

X

 

Somnath Mukhopadhyay

Assc Pf

CHEM/BBRI

X

X

 

Darlene Taylor

Asst Pf

CHEM

X

X

 

Kizhanipuriam Vinodgopal

Pf

CHEM

X

X

 

Fei Yan

Asst Pf

CHEM

X

X

 

Jonathan Sexton

Assc Pf

PHRM/BRITE

X

X

 

P. Andy Li

Pf

PHRM/BRITE

X

X

 

John Scott

Assc Pf

PHRM/BRITE

X

X

 

Kevin Williams

Assc Pf

PHRM/BRITE

X

X

 

Jiahua Xie

Assc Pf

PHRM/BRITE

 

X

 

Liju Yang

Assc Pf

PHRM/BRITE

X

X

 

 


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The School of Graduate Studies at NCCU is organized by subject matter departments which offer graduate instruction leading to advanced degrees. The School of Graduate Studies confers degrees through the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, School of Education, School of Library and Information Sciences, and School of Law.  The College of Arts and Sciences includes programs in the liberal arts and in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines.

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