Ph.D., Pharmacology and Toxicology Dartmouth College (2000)
Member of the Committee for the Health Professionals
American Association for Cancer Research (Since 1998)
Pennsylvania Academy of Science (Since 2002)
Society of Toxicology (Since 1998)
Biology I Lecture and Laboratory
Genetics Lecture and Laboratory
Introduction to Scientific Research
Cell and Molecular Biology Lecture and Laboratory
Understanding mechanisms and potential treatments for diabetes
Understanding mechanisms and potential treatments for cancer
Wilson, K. and R.C. Kaltreider. Identifying and characterizing the role of a tryptophan hydroxylase (tph-1) gene homolog in C. elegans using siRNA knock-down. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 83: 149, 2010.
Ihnat, M.A., Thorpe, J.E., Kamat, C.D., Szabo, C., Green, D.E., Warnke, L.A., Lacza, Z., Cselenyak, A., Ross, K., Shakir, S., Poconi, L., Kaltreider, R.C., and A. Ceriello. Reactive oxygen species mediate a cellular 'memory' of high glucose stress signaling. Diabetologia. 2007 Jul 50 (7):1523-31, 2007.
Ream, T. R., Halligan, K. and R. C. Kaltreider. Sulfanilamide derivatives effectiveness on growth inhibition of E. coli and S. aureus. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 80: 123, 2007.