Jane F. Maddox
Assistant Professor, Pharmacology and Toxicology
1129 FARM LN ROOM 215
EAST LANSING MI 48824
Dr. Maddox's research centers on the hepatic toxicity of chemicals. One focus is on the effect of liver inflammation, caused by bacterial endotoxin, on secondary xenobiotic exposure. She also investigates the impact of antioxidant nutrition and anti-inflammatory eicosanoids on a mouse model of arthritis. Identification of the underlying molecular and signal transduction events in inflammation may help in identifying new prophylactic and therapeutic approaches to these diseases.
Michigan State University, B.S., Veterinary Science, 1982
Michigan State University, D.V.M, Veterinary Medicine, 1984
Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D., Pathobiology, 1993
Selected Professional Activities:
Arthritis Investigator Award, Arthritis Foundation, 2004.
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