UVM Biomedical and Health Sciences faculty engage in both public health research and laboratory-based biological research, advancing the field in areas that include genetics and genomics of human disease, molecular signaling in cancer and cardiovascular disease, immunology, inflammatory responses to microbial pathogens, and quality assurance in public health.

Faculty/Staff Member Area of Expertise and/or Research

Kenneth Allen, Ed.D., M.B.A.

Leadership and management, project management, radiation science

Eyal Amiel, Ph.D.

Dendritic cell biology, immune cell metabolism, cell signaling networks

Wade Carson, M.B.A., BSRT(R)(T)(ARRT)

Radiation oncology and medical imaging

Paula Deming, Ph.D., MT (ASCP)

Cell signaling, growth control pathways, molecular pathology, cancer biology

Seth Frietze, Ph.D.

Regulation of gene expression, chromatin structure and epigenetics, transcriptomics of vertebrate development and evolution, metagenomics and molecular diagnostics

Christine Griffin, M.S., MT, SH (ASCP)

Health care workforce recruitment

Deborah Hinchey, M.P.H.

Community-campus partnerships, public health practice, social determinants of health, public health workforce development

Dimitry Krementsov, Ph.D.

Autoimmunity, microbiome, neuroimmunology, sex differences, multiple sclerosis, gene-by-environment interactions, virology, inflammatory bowel disease

Katrina (Kate) Moreau, M.A.T., MLS (ASCP)

Clinical practicums and preceptor education, service learning, point of care, quality improvement