- Ph.D. University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana - 1985
- M.S. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri - 1980
- B.A. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri - 1976
- Biol 214 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
- Biol 314 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Research - Genetics and Equine Anatomy/Physiology
- Intersection between molecular biology and basic anatomy and physiology in horses.
- Serum uric acid concentrations in Arabian horses heterozygous for combined immunodeficiency and humans with acquired immunodeficiency (AIDS).
- Calcium decrease in the lower leg with exercise as possible cause of Navicular Disease in horses.
- Relationship of navicular disease to human osteoporosis and Marfan’s Syndrome (an inherited disease of fibrous connective tissue).
- Sorbitol dehydrogenase usage changes due to increased fear during exercise in equines: A shift to fructose as an energy source results in decreased circulation to the periphery and peripheral changes in blood pressure? Implications for Laminitis (Founder) in equines and other domestic animals?
- Relationship of equine creatine kinase isozymes to paralytic myoglobinuria, respiratory stress during exercise and a shift to anaerobic conditions at the cellular level.
Kettler MK, MR Weil, K Mascotti and LE Perryman. (1994). Serum hypoxanthine and xanthine concentrations in horses heterozygous for combined immunodeficiency. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 111: 148-151.