Faculty

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Last Name Beginning with P

  • Andras Perl, MD, PhD
    Professor
    Research Interests:

    Genes and Viruses Predisposing to Autoimmunity, Genetics, Apoptosis, Endogenous Retroviruses, Transaldolase

  • Arkadii Perzov, PhD
    Professor
    Research Interests: Biophysical mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias; fluorescence imaging.
  • Paul Phillips, MD
    Emeritus
    Research Interests: Microbial agents and the pathogenesis of connective tissue diseases
  • Ronald Pies, MD
    Professor
    Research Interests: Bipolar Disorder
  • Francesca Pignoni, PhD
    Associate Professor
    Research Interests:
    Neurogenesis; Retinal Progenitor Cells Specification and Proliferation; Genetic Control of Stem Cell Identity and Maintenance; Disease Genes Analysis in Drosophila
  • Lori Ploutz-Snyder, PhD
    Associate Professor
  • Bernard Poiesz, MD
    Professor
    Research Interests: Detection, quantification, and characterization of human retro-viruses, testing of antiviral compounds; understanding the biology of sarcomeric protiens.
  • Thomas Poole, PhD
    Associate Professor
    Research Interests: Vascular development and the alignment of growing nerves and blood vessels in quail and zebrafish embryos.
  • Dawn Post, PhD
    Research Scientist
    Research Interests:

    Cancer treatments. My lab is currently investigating two different cancer therapy approaches: (1) oncolytic viruses and (2) inhibitors of the EGFR/Her pathway.

  • Patricia Powers, DNP, MPA, RN, FNP-C, PMHNP
    Assistant Professor
  • N Heramba Prasad, MD, FACEP
    Associate Professor
    Research Interests: Emergency medical services Trauma; management; Resuscitation; Clinical teaching; Curriculum development
  • Louise Prince, MD, FACEP
    Associate Professor
  • Michael Princiotta, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Research Interests: Antigen processing and presentation; Cytotoxic T lymphocyte response to viral and bacterial infections
  • David Pruyne, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Research Interests: Biochemistry and cell biology of formins as actin cytoskeleton organizers, using Caenorhabditis elegans as a model system.