Dragoslava Zivadinovic
Phone: 409-944-1337 Position: STEM Curriculum Specialist 
Office: N-338 Title: STEM Curriculum Specialist
Email: dzivadin@gc.edu Search for Classes

Academic Degree Degree/course credits – Date     Other Qualifications
University of Belgrade Biological Science Doctorate - 12/1997  
University of Belgrade Biology Master - 07/1989
University of Belgrade Biology Bachelor - 01/1978

BMB Department University of Texas Medical Branch 12/2006 - Current Assistant Professor Basic responsibilities are teaching in the Problem Based Modules 10 different courses in the first and second year of UTMB SOM. Year I courses I am teaching are: Gross Anatomy and Radiology Molecules Cells and Tissues Pathobiology and Host Defense and Neuroscience and Human Behavior. Year II courses I am teaching are: Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Gastrointestinal and Nutrition Dermatology Hematology Musculoskeletal Renal and Electrolytes Endocrinology and Reproduction and Great Syndromes. In September 2008 I was assigned the service duty in BMB Department - departmental SOM Year I and II activities coordinator.
BMB Department University of Texas Medical Branch 07/2005 - 12/2006 Lecturer and Director of Molecular Biology Trainin My primary duties were teaching in the Molecular Biology Training Laboratory Introduction to Tissue Culture Techniques and Introduction to Protein Expression and Purification courses. I was selected to direct that Laboratory so I suoervised two other courses: Techniques in Molecular Biology and Basic Laboratory techniques. I developed a week long new course- 2D-Electrophoresis. The topics covered in the course: IEF on IPG strip; SDS-PAGE electrophoresis; Silver staining; Demonstration of gel analysis; Western blotting and detection of a specific protein
HBC&G University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston 08/2001 - 07/2005 Research scientist Quantification of membrane estrogen receptors in breast cancer cell lines fast nongenomic estrogen effects (cAMP and MAPK Ca NO).
Endocrinology and Reproduction Research Branch Nat 05/1998 - 06/2001 Post-doctoral fellow Research on control of prolactin and growth hormone secretion in rat pituitary by endothelin. The role of calcium-sensing receptors in control of basal hormone secretion. Role of Gz-protein in signal transduction in endothelin-stimulated anterior pituitary cells.
Institute of Biological Research University of Belgrade   Assistant Professor Establish the protocol for LDH activity determination in the liver preparations supervise the graduate students and write papers.
Institute of Biological Research University of Belgrade   Research Assistant Research in the field of molecular mechanisms of adaptation to low body temperatures in the hibernators and chronobiological characteristics of hibernation.
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