Roger Bick studied at the University of Dundee, UK (M.S. degree in medical education), and Oxford Brookes University (Ph.D. degree in cell biology), UK. He acts currently as an Adjunct Associate Professor of pathology, Director of histology and cell biology for first year students, Codirector of clinical applications for first year students, and Director of Multi-User Fluorescence Imaging and Microscopy Core Lab. He served as an Elected Member of UTMSH Academy of Master Educators and as a Member of International Cytokine Society. His research focuses on neurodegeneration and models of Parkinson’s disease, and cardiac repair and recovery. Much of his time is also spent in education development. He is originally from London, UK and moved to the University of Cincinnati in 1978 to work with the renowned scientist Dr. Evangalia Galani-Kranias.
Biography Updated on 31 July 2013