Amy Aulthouse, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
Office: Meyer 141
Electronic Mail: email@example.com
B.S. Shippensburg University
Ph.D. University of South Dakota
Research interest include aspects of developmental and cell biology pertaining to connective tissue. Areas of particular interest are human and non-human skeletal malformations that result from in utero exposure to exogenous materials (i.e. vitamins, pharmaceuticals) as well as from inherited disorders. Some of the inherited disorders affecting the skeletal system include lysosomal storage disorders as well as chondrodysplasias. Another research interest involves developing models to monitor metastasis of several cancer types. Tools to investigate these questions include tissue culture models, morphological, histochemical and biochemical assays.
Viewing breast cancer cells in culture through an inverted microscope.
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