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Ernie Freeman

Research Assistant Professor
Education

  • Ph.D., Kent State University
Courses Taught

  • Advanced Physiology
  • Eukaryotic Cell Biology
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Research Areas
  • Basic mechanisms involved in lesion formation in multiple sclerosis (MS) with an emphasis on cellular metabolism and signaling cascades leading to neurodegeneration. Also, the development and utilization of imaging modalities (confocal MRI, Infrared, etc.
Ernie Freeman
OFFICE
Department of Biological Sciences
Main Building
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 330-332-0361
Fax: 330-337-4122
efreema2@kent.edu
COURSES TEACHING
Spring 2014
  • BSCI 20020 - 500 Biol Structure And Function
  • BSCI 30030 - 500 Human Physiology
  • BSCI 40099 - 003 Senior Honors Thesis
  • BMS 80299 - 024 Dissertation Ii
Summer 2014
  • BSCI 10120 - 030 Biological Foundations
Fall 2014
  • BSCI 20020 - 500 Biol Structure And Function
  • BSCI 30030 - 500 Human Physiology