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In-Vivo Xtreme Core Facility

Quillen College of Medicine

About Us

William L. Stone, Ph.D.      
Facility Co-Director 

Dr. Bill Stone is the Director of Pediatric Research and his research focuses on free radical biology and medicine (pediatrics, cancer and cardiovascular disease) with emphasis on nutritional antioxidants as well as proteomics. The Pediatric Research Laboratory has developed state-of-the-art techniques for evaluating oxidative stress and antioxidant status in human subjects and in various model systems. Dr. Stone received both his B.S. (Chemistry, 1966) and Ph.D. (Molecular and Cellular Biology, 1972) degrees at State University of New York at Stony Brook. Postdoctoral training was completed in the Biochemistry Department at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Stone's predoctoral and postdoctoral works were in the area of physical chemistry of macromolecules with particular emphasis on hydrophobicity and forces stabilizing lipid-protein complexes (biological membranes and plasma lipoproteins). Dr. Stone joined the Department of Pediatrics at ETSU in 1989, serves as the Director of Pediatric Research and teaches a graduate level course in Proteomics.



Koyamangalath Krishnan, MD
Facility Co-Director

Koyamangalath Krishnan, MD holds the Dishner Chair of Excellence in Medicine at East Tennessee State University's Quillen College of Medicine in Johnson City.  He is a professor in the Division of Hematology-Medical Oncology in the Department of Internal Medicine, where he also directs the Trainee Scholarship Program.  His laboratory research focuses on the mechanisms of promising chemopreventive agents like tocotrienols, metformin and statins.



Janet Lightner, B.S.
Dept. of Internal Medicine
VA Campus Bldg. 119, Rm 

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