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Ph.D. - University of Washington
• Cell biology of insect and fish oogenesis and early embryogenesis, especially vitellogenesis and metabolic fate of yolk protein during embryogenesis.
Bradley, J.T., 2007. Odysseans of the Twenty-First Century. Zygon 42:999-1008.
2003 - present: W. Kelly Mosley Professorship in Science and Humanities, Auburn University
2003 - present: Chair, Littleton-Franklin Lecture Committee
1994 - present: Director, interdisciplinary Human Odyssey Program, Auburn University
2002 - Academic Freedom Award, AAUP, Auburn University Chapter
2001 - 2002: Chair, Auburn University Senate and Faculty
1999 - 2000: Auburn Alumni Association Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award
1989 - 1999: Student Government Association of Auburn University Most Outstanding Faculty Member in the College of Science and Mathematics
Haynes, Hugh W., Jr., 1982. M.S. Thesis. "Precocene-Induced Inhibition of Ovarian Development in the Crickets Acheta domesticus and Nemobius fasciatus."
Crockett, Philip A.,1983. M.S. Thesis. "Effects of Precocene on Oxygen Consumption, Ovarian Development, and Neurosecretion in the House Cricket, Acheta domesticus (L.)."
Dennis, John C., 1985. M.S. Thesis. "Ultrastructure of Vitellogenic Follicles of Acheta domesticus (L.)."
Cox, Michael E., 1987. M.S. Thesis. "Vitellogenin Synthesis and Processing by the Fat Body of the House Cricket, Acheta domesticus."
Harber, Gregory H., 1987. M.S. Thesis. "Leucine Pools in the Fat Body of Acheta domesticus and its Relationship to Protein Secretion."
Handley, Holley L., 1990. M.S. Thesis. "Embryogenesis in Acheta domesticus: Vitellin Degradation, Morphology, and Production of Vitellin-Specific Monoclonal Antibodies."
Austin M. Hitt, 1997. M.S. Thesis. "Ecdysone-binding proteins in the yolk of insect oocytes and developing eggs."
Bishop, Jeremy W., 2004. "Interactions of Ecdysteroid Hormones with Carrier Yolk Polypeptides in the European House Cricket, Acheta domesticus, and the Production of Yolk Polypeptides-Specific Monoclonal Antibodies."