Online Faculty

Anne Dorrance, Ph.D.
Anne Dorrance, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Associate Chair
Location: B340 Life Sciences
Phone: 517-432-7403
Email: dorranc3@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: The Dorrance Lab is committed to understanding the pathogenesis of hypertension- and obesity-related cerebrovascular disease with the goal of identifying novel treatments for stroke and dementia.
Belinda Hawkins
Belinda Hawkins

Lecturer-Fixed Term

Bin Chen, Ph.D.
Bin Chen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Pediatrics and Human Development
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Location: Coming soon!
Phone: 517-355-3308
Email: Chenbi12@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: Coming soon!
Carolina Restini, PharmD, M.S., Ph.D.
Carolina Restini, PharmD, M.S., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor- Fixed Term
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Location: MSU COM Macomb University Center
Phone: 517-353-7145
Email: restinic@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: Coming soon!
Christina Dokter
Christina  Dokter
Lecturer-Fixed Term
David A. Juckett, Ph.D.
David A. Juckett, Ph.D.
Fixed Term Professor
Location: 909 Fee Rd
Phone: 517-884-2579
Email: Juckett@msu.edu
David Fazzolare
David Fazzolare

Lecturer-Fixed Term

James Galligan, Ph.D.
James Galligan, Ph.D.
Professor; Co-Director-MS in Pharmacology & Toxicology program; Director-Neuroscience program
Location: B328 Life Sciences
Phone: 517-353-4776
Email: galliga1@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: "Purinergic neurotransmission in the intestine", "Neural control of arteries and veins in hypertension", "SERT KO rats are a model of sex specific
Jamie Alan, RPh, PharmD, Ph.D.
Jamie Alan, RPh, PharmD, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor- Fixed Term
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Location: B305B Life Science Building
Phone: 517-353-7145
Email: alanjami@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: Coming soon!
Jane F. Maddox, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Jane F. Maddox, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor; Director of Online Programs
Location: B305 Life Sciences
Phone: 517-884-2036
Email: maddox@cvm.msu.edu
Fields of Interest: Exacerbation of acetaminophen-induced injury by a small, non-injurious dose of lipopolysaccharide (LPS, derived from E. coli).
Jay Goodman, Ph.D.
Jay Goodman, Ph.D.
Professor
Location: B427 Life Sciences
Phone: 517-353-9346
Email: goodman3@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: My research interests are focused on discerning epigenetic mechanisms underlying carcinogenesis and other chemical-induced toxicities.
Jeremy Prokop, Ph.D.
Jeremy Prokop, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Pediatrics and Human Development
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Location: Coming soon!
Phone: 517-355-3308
Email: Prokopje@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: Coming soon!
Keith J Lookingland, Ph.D.
Keith J Lookingland, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Location: B432 Life Sciences
Phone: 517-353-8971
Email: lookingl@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: The goal of research in my laboratory is to develop a murine model for periodic limb movements employing neurotoxin-induced lesions of the A11 diencephalospinal dopamine neurons and remote sensing assessment of hindlimb during the awake/sleep cycle.
Peter J.R. Cobbett, Ph.D.
Peter J.R. Cobbett, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Location: B305 Life Sciences
Phone: 517-353-5479
Email: cobbett@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: We are investigating how fibroblasts may be reprogrammed to become neurons and whether these reprogrammed cells can form functional connections in the mammalian brain.
Robert Roth, Ph.D.
Robert Roth, Ph.D.
Professor
Location: 221 Food Safety
Phone: 517-353-9841
Email: rothr@msu.edu
Fields of Interest: Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in my laboratory research inflammation as a determinant of susceptibility to the toxic effects of drugs and other chemical agents.
Roseann L. Vorce
Roseann L. Vorce

Specialist - Advisor-Fixed Term

Susan MacAfee
Susan MacAfee

Lecturer-Fixed Term

Thomas C. Herzig
Thomas C. Herzig

Lecturer-Fixed Term

Tobi Limke
Tobi Limke

Lecturer-Fixed Term

William F. Jackson, Ph.D.
William F. Jackson,  Ph.D.
Professor
Location: B429 Life Sciences
Phone: 517-353-5476
Email: jacks783@msu.edu/
Fields of Interest: Examination of how arterioles in the microcirculation sense their environment; the role of smooth muscle and endothelial cell ion channels in the regulation of calcium signaling; vascular cell signaling related to vasodilation and vasoconstriction.