Administrative TitleAssociate Professor, Full-time
Population Health Sciences
6135 Woodward, IBio Rm. 2127
Detroit, MI 48202
Office Phone(313) 577-6578
Dr. Jamesdaniel has a joint appointment with the Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (IEHS). Dr. Jamesdaniel's research is focused on understanding the redox sensitive molecular mechanisms underlying the ototoxic effects of physical and chemical stressors. Noise, a pervasive environmental stressor, induces oxidative stress to affect physiological as well as psychological well-being. Its interaction with environmental ototoxicants, such as lead and cadmium, can potentiate the damage to the auditory system. His laboratory is interested in delineating these interactions and associated signaling mechanisms. In addition, he is also investigating the nitrative stress mechanism in cisplatin-induced hearing loss. He teaches FPH 7420 Principles of Environmental Health.
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