Jay I. Goodman
Professor, Pharmacology and Toxicology
1355 BOGUE ST ROOM B423B
EAST LANSING MI 48824
Dr. Goodman’s research interests are in the area of epigenetics and the role(s) that changes in DNA methylation may play in carcinogenesis and, possibly, other toxic endpoints. He is testing the hypothesis that susceptibility to carcinogenesis (and, possibly, other toxicities) is related inversely to the capacity to maintain normal patterns of DNA metylation. For more information, please see Dr. Goodman's departmental web page below.
Long Island University, College of Pharmacy, B.S., 1965
University of Michigan, Ph.D., pharmacology, 1969
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Dr. Goodman completed postdoctoral training at the University of Wisconsin. He has received the Distinguished Alumnus Award, Long Island University, College of Pharmacy, 1998; was Elected President of the Society of Toxicology, 1999-2000; the Distinguished Alumnus Award, Doctoral Program in Pharmacology, The University of Michigan, 2000; and gave the John Barnes Prize Lecture, British Toxicology Society in 2005. Dr. Goodman is a faculty trainer for the NIEHS training grant.
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