Associate Professor of Instruction
Office: SCA 111
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Key Research Words: Physiology & Morphology
Univeristy of South Florida
Animal Science, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Physiology
From undergraduate research, through graduate school, and into my post-doc I have studied the biological role of hydrogen sulfide. While it is better known for its toxicity to living tissues at high concentrations, much of my personal research as a graduate student and post-doc has dealt largely with the physiological role of hydrogen sulfide as a beneficial cellular signaling molecule in mammalian systems, very similar to nitric oxide.