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Andrea Doseff, Ph.D. Andrea Doseff, Ph.D.
Professor *
Department of Physiology | Pharmacology & Toxicology

Location: 567 Wilson Rd
Phone: (517) 884-5155
Email: doseffan@msu.edu

Fields of Interest: Regulatory gene and protein networks of immune cell fate and apoptosis; anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic mechanisms of phytochemicals; phytochemical target identification; the role of cell death regulators in immune-regulation and immune-oncology; foods for health.

James P. Luyendyk, Ph.D. James P. Luyendyk, Ph.D.
Professor *
Institute for Integrative Toxicology
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Location: 253 Food Safety
Phone: (517) 884-2057
Email: luyendyk@msu.edu

Fields of Interest:The liver synthesizes numerous coagulation factors, making altered hemostasis a significant concern in patients with end-stage liver disease. Our laboratory approaches this connection early in the pathogenesis of liver disease. The team’s long-term goal is to understand the mechanisms whereby the coagulation cascade contributes to the pathogenesis of liver disease. [excerpt, Luyendyk Laboratory site]

Neera Tewari-Singh, Ph.D. Neera Tewari-Singh
Assistant Professor*
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Location: B307 Life Sciences
Phone: (517) 884-0252
Email: tewarisi@msu.edu
Lab Website

Fields of Interest: The focus of research in my laboratory is to study the toxic responses and elucidate mechanisms to identify novel molecular targets for therapeutic intervention with an ultimate goal of effectively treating injuries/diseases/ inflammation from toxic chemical exposures. 
Cheryl Rockwell, Ph.D. Cheryl Rockwell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor *
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Location: B205 Life Sciences
Phone: (517) 884-6692
Email: rockwelc@msu.edu

Fields of Interest: The Rockwell lab studies the mechanisms that regulate immune cell polarization and activation as well as the subsequent downstream immune responses.

Robert Roth, Ph.D. Robert Roth, Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

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.

Patricia Ganey, Ph.D. Patricia Ganey, Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Location: 214 Food Safety Toxicology
Phone: (517) 432-1761
Email: ganey@msu.edu

Fields of Interest: Dr. Ganey's research focuses on understanding mechanisms by which inflammation modulates responses to chemicals. Of particular interest are chemicals, including drugs, that damage liver.

Norbert E. Kaminski, Ph.D. Norbert E. Kaminski, Ph.D.
Professor *
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Director – Institute for Integrative Toxicology
Director – Center for Research on Ingredient Safety

Location: Food Safety, Rm 315

Phone: (517) 353-3786
Email: kamins11@msu.edu

Fields of Interest: Elucidation of the molecular mechanisms for impairment of signal transduction cascades and gene expression during lymphocyte activation by drugs and chemicals; mechanism for immune modulation by cannabinoid compounds

Research Faculty