Dr. Chandley joined the faculty of the Department of Health Sciences in the College of Public Health at ETSU in Fall 2014. She currently teaches Human anatomy. Dr. Chandley’s present research interests include the cell-specific molecular pathology of autism and depression. Prior to her appointment, Dr. Chandley was a neuroscience postdoctoral fellow at Quillen College of Medicine at ETSU where she specialized in postmortem research. Dr. Chandley co-authored and received grants from the Autism Speaks foundation and the Department of Defense. Also, she was an author for seven peer-reviewed publications and two book chapters during that time for her work on the role of norepinephrine and glia in major depressive disorder. Dr. Chandley obtained her Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences at ETSU in which her dissertation explored an autoimmune response to nicotinic receptors in schizophrenia.