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Toxicology

Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Sharon Meyer

Education

1985 - 1986 Postdoctoral Fellow
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
Mentor: Dr. Ken McCarthy
1983 - 1985 Postdoctoral Fellow
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA
1979 - 1984 Ph.D.
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
Physiology major with nutrition and biochemistry minors
Thesis: "Calcium transport by isolated basolateral membranes from chick duodenum"
Advisor: Dr. Robert Wasserman (member, NAS)
1973 - 1977 M.S.
Iowa State University
Ames, IA
Biochemistry major with nutrition minor
Advisor: Drs. Donald Beitz and Richard Ewan
1967 - 1971 B.S.
Iowa State University
Ames, IA
Chemistry major with physics and mathematics minor

Professional Experience

2000 - present Associate Professor, Toxicology (Tenure)
College of Pharmacy
University of Louisiana at Monroe
Monroe, LA
1991 - 2000 Research Assistant Profesor
Department of Toxicology
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC
1989 - 1990 Assistant Medical Research Professor
Department of Radiology
Duke University Medical School
Durham, NC
1986 - 1989 Research Associate
Department of Radiology
Duke University Medical School
Durham, NC
Principal Investigator: Dr. Randy Jirtle

Honors and Awards

Scientific Society Offices

Teaching Activities

General Toxicology I

The focus of this course is on the biochemical and cellular basis of chemical toxicity including toxicodynamics, biotransformation, toxicokinetics, mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, teratogenicity and toxicity testing.  Provisions and consequences of relevant environmental legislation plus assessment and perception of risk are integrated with discussion of basic toxicological concepts.  Student teams debate controversial, contemporary topics in toxicology.

Advanced Toxicology Laboratory.

Instruction in common laboratory techniques used to evaluate chemical toxicity.  Includes lectures on instumental and procedural theory plus complementary laboratory excercises.

Methods and Principles of Toxicology

Advanced instruction in specialized topics.  Topics vary with each offering and have included cell culture techniques in toxicology and flow cytometry.  Includes lectures on instumental and procedural theory plus complementary laboratory excercises.

Dr. Meyer also participates in the following courses:


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