David Kozlowski

Associate Professor

David Kozlowski

Associate Professor

Academic Appointment(s)

Medical College of Georgia
Department of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine

Medical College of Georgia
Department of Cellular Biology and Anatomy

The Graduate School

  • (706) 721-8760
  • CA 3014

Education

  • Ph.D., Biology/Biological Sciences, G University of Rochester, 1997

  • MS, Biology/Biological Sciences, G University of Rochester, 1992

  • BS, Molecular Biology Central Alabama Community Coll, 1990

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • MEDI 5593

    ECM 1-PBL
  • MEDI 6595

    ECM 2-Foundations
  • MEDI 6593

    ECM 2-PBL
  • ANAT 7040

    Graduate Neuroanatomy
  • ANAT 7011

    Human Gross Anat Med Ill II
  • MEDI 5163

    Mod 4 Gastrointest & Nutrition
  • MEDI 5159

    Mod 5: Genitourinary
  • MEDI 5169

    Mod 6: Head & Neck Special Sen
  • MEDI 5174

    Mod 7: Med Neuro/Behav Health
  • BIOM 8080

    Neuroscience I
  • MEDI 5198

    Phase 1 Comprehensive Module
  • MEDI 5592

    ECM 1-PBL
  • MEDI 6592

    ECM 2-PBL
  • ANAT 7010

    Human Gross Anat for Med Ill I
  • MEDI 5150

    Mod 1: Cell & Molecular Basis
  • MEDI 5155

    Mod 2: Tissue and Musculoskele
  • MEDI 5158

    Mod 3: Cardiopulmonary
  • BIOM 8022

    Molecular Cell Biology
  • BIOM 8130

    Scientific Grant Writing
  • ANAT 7300

    Human Gross Anatomy

Scholarship

Selected Recent Publications

  • Effects of low-dose ionizing radiation and menadione, an inducer of oxidative stress, alone and in combination in a vertebrate embryo model, 2012
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Loss of zebrafish lgi1b leads to hydrocephalus and sensitization to pentylenetetrazol induced seizure-like behavior, 2011
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Acquisition of spontaneous electrical activity during embryonic development of gonadotropin-releasing hormone-3 neurons located in the terminal nerve of transgenic zebrafish (Danio rerio), 2010
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Knockdown of zebrafish lgi1a results in abnormal development, brain defects and a seizure-like behavioral phenotype, 2010
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Phylogenetic analysis of the neep21/calcyon/p19 family of endocytic proteins: Evidence for functional evolution in the vertebrate cns, 2009
    Journal Article, Academic Journal