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Melissa E. Pepling

Associate Professor

mepeplin@syr.edu

Office: LSC 348
Phone: 315-443-4541; Lab: 315-443-9948
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Education

B.S., Cornell University (1985)
M.S., Adelphi University (1988)
Ph.D., SUNY, Stony Brook (1995)

Research interests

Regulation of mouse oocyte development; Hormone signaling in oocyte differentiation.

Courses

Bio 425 Cell & Developmental Biology Laboratory
Bio 503 Developmental Biology

Interdisciplinary Programs

Structural Biology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics Program

Selected Publications

Jones, R. L. and Pepling, M. E. (2013). Kit Signaling is Involved in Murine Primordial Follicle Formation. Developmental Biology 382, 186-197.

Jones, R. L. and Pepling, M. E. (2013). Role of the Anti-Apoptotic Proteins BCL2 and MCL1 in the Neonatal Mouse Ovary. Biology of Reproduction 88(2):46, 1-8.

Karavan, J. and Pepling, M. E, (2012). Effects of Estrogenic Compounds on Neonatal Oocyte Development. Reproductive Toxicology 34, 51-56.

Pepling, M. E. (2012).  Follicular Assembly: Mechanisms of Action. Reproduction 143, 139-149.