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Erin Bailey

Erin Bailey--Biology (picture coming soon) Dr. Erin Bailey
Assistant Professor Biology

Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Kent State University
M.S. in Biology, Youngstown State University
B.S. in Biology, Youngstown State University

Professional Experience

2012 – present Assistant Professor of Biology
Department of Biological Sciences
Kent State University – Regional Academic Center, Twinsburg, OH

2009 – 2012 Assistant Professor of Microbiology, Immunology and Biochemistry
Department of Integrative Medical Sciences
Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH

2005 – 2009 Laboratory Supervisor/ Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Biochemistry
Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH

2002 – 2005 Postdoctoral Fellowship
Department of Pathology
Case Western University, Cleveland, OH

2001 – 2002 Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Department of Immunology
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland OH

Courses Taught

Biological Structure and Function
Biological Foundations
Human Biology

Scholarly, Creative and Professional Activities

Recent Publications:
Yin L, Ohanyan V, Fen Pung Y, DeLucia A, Bailey E, Enrick M, Stevanov K, Kolz CL, Guarini G, Chilian WM. (2012) Induction of Vascular Progenitor Cells from Endothelial Cells Stimulates Coronary Collateral Growth. Circ. Res. 110 (2): 241-252.

Jadhav R, Dodd T, Smith E, Bailey E, DeLucia AL, Russell JC, Madison R, Potter BJ, Walsh K, Jo H, Rocic P. (2011) Angiotensin Type I Receptor Blockage in Conjunction with Enhanced Akt Activation Restores Coronary Collateral Growth in the Metabolic Syndrome. Am. J. Physiol. Heart Circ. Physiol. 300 (5): H1938-1949.

Taylor PR, Koski GK, Paustian CC, Bailey E, Cohen PA, Moore FBG, Zimmerman DH, Rosenthal KS. (2010) J-LEAPS vaccines initiate murine Th1 responses by activating dendritic cells. Vaccine 28 (32): 5533-5542