Reproductive Physiology & Endocrinology Faculty
P. BAGAVANDOSS (Stark Campus). Ovarian physiology, with special reference to angiogenesis during corpus luteum development and regression; immunohistology of matricellular proteins, such as thrombospondins and SPARC.
JAMES L. BLANK Male reproductive physiology; environmental control of seasonal reproductive and metabolic cycles; neuroendocrinology.
BRENT C. BRUOT Cellular aspects of reproductive endocrinology; hormonal regulation of steroid hormone synthesis.
GAIL C. FRAIZER Cancer, Mechanisms of tumorigenesis
J. DAVID GLASS Neuroendocrinology of seasonal reproduction; effects of light and hormones on brain function; immunocytochemistry and endocrine regulation of brain amines and neuropeptides.
DOUGLAS KLINE Gamete physiology; sperm-egg interaction; in vitro fertilization of mammalian eggs and the regulation of oocyte maturation and egg activation.
JENNIFER L. MARCINKIEWICZ Ovarian physiology; ovarian follicle development; oocyte-somatic cell interactions; effects of cytokines on ovarian function.
ERIC M. MINTZ Behavioral neurobiology, circadian rhythms, social behavior, sex differences in brain function, genomic and proteomic analysis of brain function.
JOHN R. D. STALVEY Endocrine genetics; testicular function; interaction between hormonal and genetic factors regulating steroidogenic enzymes.
SEAN L. VENEY Development of sex differences; neuroendocrine control of sexual behavior; hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal regulation.
SRINIVASAN VIJAYARAGHAVAN Signal transduction, sperm physiology, fertilization, contraception.
Adjunct and affiliated faculty
RONALD L. SALISBURY (Adjunct, Department of Biology, Univeristy of Akron) Steroid hormone action in the central nervous system; brain sexual differentiation; neuroendocrinology of gonadotropin secretion.