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Co-directors named for biomedical sciences graduate program

Co-Directors named for biomedical sciences graduate program

HUNTINGTON, W.Va.- Richard Egleton, Ph.D., associate professor, department of pharmacology, physiology and toxicology and Todd L. Green, associate professor, department of pharmacology, physiology and toxicology have been appointed co-directors of the biomedical sciences graduate program, Uma Sundaram, M.D., vice dean for research and graduate education announced today.  

Egleton joined the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine in 2007.  His key research areas of interest include blood brain barrier (BBB), drug delivery and role of the BBB in disease.  Green has been with the School of Medicine since 1991 and is involved in cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes and neuroscience research. 

The biomedical sciences graduate program at Marshall is an interdisciplinary program leading to the master of science and/or doctor of philosophy degrees in biomedical sciences.   For more information, visit http://www.marshall.edu/bms/

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Pictured from left to right: Uma Sundaram, M.D., vice dean for research and graduate education, Richard Egleton, Ph.D., new co-director for the biomedical sciences graduate program, Joseph I. Shapiro, M.D., dean of the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Todd L. Green, Ph.D., newly named co-director for the biomedical sciences graduate program, 

 


Date Posted: Tuesday, March 31, 2015