Primary Faculty


Mark Bauman, M.D.

Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology


 (812) 856-4172

 Jordan Hall Room 002



Human pathology, health care policy, and contemporary medical sciences topics



Mark Braun, M.D.

Professor of Pathology

(812) 855-3131

Jordan Hall Room 206a


Application of computer technology to medical education. Impact of epidemic infectious diseases introduced into Native American populations during the time European colonial expansion



Douglas E. Carr, M.D.

Lecturer in Clinical Surgery and Medicine

(812) 855-2270

Jordan Hall Room 110


Inter-professional education modules to assist students, in the healthcare profession, regarding collaboration in healthcare delivery. Simulation modules to provide students with active learning experiences in regards to basic skill development in multiple areas of healthcare.



David Daleke, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Administration, University Graduate School, Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Health Sciences

(812) 855-6902

Myers Hall Room 200 


Regulation of membrane lipid organization by "flippases" in normal and diabetic blood cells



Steve Dougherty, Ph.D.

Lecturer of Undergraduate Human Anatomy & Cell Biology

(812) 855-9742

Jordan Hall Room 003 



Teaching anatomy and diseases of the human body to undergraduates



Stephanie Ems-McClung, Ph.D.

Assistant Research Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

(812) 855-6785

Myers Hall Room 260


Understanding the cellular mechanisms that underlie chromosomal instability



John Foley, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology

(812) 855-3189

Jordan Hall Room 101


Epithelial-mesenchyme interactions in the repair and regeneration of specialized skin



Wayne Forrester, Ph.D.

Associate Research Professor of Medical Genetics

(812) 856-5304

Myers Hall Room 254


Genetic, molecular and genomic approaches to study nervous system development in the nematode C. elegans 



Peter Hollenhorst, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

(812) 855-1151

Jordan Hall Room 208


Specificity of ETS family transcription factors and roles in cancer





Heather Hundley, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


Polly R. Husmann, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Cell Biology


Dr.Sachiko Koyama,Ph.D..

Associate Research Professor


Dan Lodge-Rigal, M.D.

Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology


Brian Moscicki, Ph.D.

Lecturer of Anatomy and Physiology

(812) 855-0675

Jordan Hall Room 213

(812) 856-2373

Jordan Hall 112

(812) 855-3189

Jordan Hall Room 101

(812) 856-2565

Jordan Hall Room 202

(812) 855-3788

Jordan Hall Room 010


Effects of RNA editing on normal and cancer gene expression programs, Regulation of RNA editing


Anatomy Education; medical student study strategies and decision-making; technology in education; activity markers, nutrition, and bone volume in prehistoric skeletal remains


Pheromonal enhancement of neurogenesis, sperm density, mammary gland expansion and brain development in the next generation


Teaching human pathology to medical and graduate students, and to students of other health professions. Issues of quality, finance, equity, and safety in healthcare delivery.


Teaching Introductory Anatomy and Physiology and Disease and the Human Body. Examining the effect of bicycle crank length and body position on triathlon race performance.



Bruce Martin, Ph.D.

Professor of Cellular and Integrative Physiology


David C. Matlack, DVM.

Director, Physiology Teaching Labs and Lecturer, Cellular & Integrative Physiology

(812) 855-0982

Jordan Hall Room 200

(812) 855-4774

Classroom Office Building 207


Medical, graduate, and undergraduate education in physiology and pharmacology


Physiology, Disease and the Human Body



Anirban Mitra, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics

(812) 856-1207

Myers Hall Room 200C


Reciprocal Interactions between cancer cells and their microenvironment during metastasis



Sumegha Mitra, Ph.D.

Assistant Research Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

(812) 856-2936

Myers Hall Room 200D


Regulation of ubiquitin-proteasome pathway in cancer and its effect on cancer signaling



Rick Mynark, Ph.D.

Lecturer of Cellular and Integrative Physiology

(812) 855-9067

Jordan Hall Room 004


Physiology and Disease and the Human Body



Kenneth P. Nephew, Ph.D.

Professor Cellular and Integrative Physiology and Obstetrics and Gynecology

(812) 855-9445

Jordan Hall Room 302


Next generation sequencing and computational approaches to gain new insights into the role of epigenetics in the development and progression of cancer. Use of epigenetic therapies for solid tumors, translational research in female malignancies (ovarian cancer, breast cancer), including targeting cancer stem cells.  



Heather M. O’Hagan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics

(812) 855-3035

Jordan Hall Room 108


Oxidative damage-induced chromatin and epigenetic changes during carcinogenesis



Valerie O'Loughlin, Ph.D.

Professor of Anatomy, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at IU Bloomington

(812) 855-7723

Jordan Hall Room 010a


Anatomy educational research, development of graduate students as teacher-scholars




Rod Suthers, Ph.D.

Professor of Cellular and Integrative Physiology, Professor of Neural Science, and Adjunct Professor of Biology

(812) 855-8353

Jordan Hall Room 308


Neuroethology and Pathology of vertebrate acoustic communication



Mark Ronan, Ph.D.

Professor of Cellular and Integrative Physiology

(812) 855-8411

Jordan Hall Room 010b




Sarah Tieman, M.D.

Lecturer of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

(812) 855-3201

JH-112 & Bloomington Hospital


Undergraduate medical education, palliative care



Claire Walczak, Ph.D.

Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Executive Director of IU Light Microscopy Imaging Center

(812) 855-5919

Myers Hall Room 262


Mechanisms that contribute to chromosome instability, aneuploidy, and cancer



John Watkins, Ph.D.

Associate Dean & Director of Medical Sciences and Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology

(812) 855-8118

Jordan Hall Room 105




Emeritus Faculty


Tal Bosin, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology and Toxicology



(812) 855-5035






Tony Mescher, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Anatomy and Cell Biology

(812) 855-4693

Jordan Hall Room 202


Cellular mechanisms for initiating vertebrate organ regeneration, utilizing the regenerating amphibian limb model



Tony Neff, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Anatomy and Cell Biology

(812) 855-7055

Jordan Hall Room 201


Reprogramming during amphibian limb regeneration. Effect of immune response on regeneration


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