Dr. Dorothea Myers, Professor
College of Health Sciences
- Ph.D.; Medical Microbiology, Stanford University - 1969
- BA; Microbiology, Chemistry, University of Montana - 1964
Mapping of Genes Determining Penicillin-resistance and Serum-sensitivity in Salmonella enteritidis.
I have published over 40 articles in areas related to my above research interests.
TEACHING INTERESTS / AREAS OF EXPERTISE
My teaching interests include Microbiology, Clinical Trials, and Public Health.
My research interest center around Antibody-based therapeutics to be used to fight cancer. Use of nanotechnology techniques to deliver therapeutic drugs to cancer cells. Purification and conjugation of monoclonal antibodies to drugs and potent toxins to develop targeted therapeutics.
- Consultant, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Experimental Biotherapeutics