James Graham

Faculty Biomedical Sciences

About James

I teach the andrology portion of reproductive physiology to veterinary and graduate students. I also teach endocrinology to undergraduate (BMS430) and graduate students and coordinate a team taught course on the laboratory techniques used in reproduction research. My research focuses on gamete physiology, reproductive physiology and cryobiology, with an emphasis on membrane biochemistry and function.

Education

PhD, Cornell University, 1985BS, University of Minnesota, 1979

Research Specialty

Mixed Animal (large and small)Wildlife/Zoo

                


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