• Tom Bonner Ph.D.
  • Professor
  • email: tbonner@brockport.edu
  • Lennon Hall, Room 227, Tel: 395-2633

My research focuses on the synthesis, secretion and organization of extracellular protein structures. In particular, we study the formation of parasitic nematode (hookworm) cuticle and zebra mussel byssus (attachment organ). We use light and electron microscopy, and biochemistry to understand how these structures are formed. My teaching interests revolve around electron microscopy, introductory cell biology and Human Biology.

Research Description

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1. Cook LB, Delorem-Axford EB and Robinson K. Caveolae as potential mediators of MCH-signaling pathways. Biochem Biophys Res Coomun. 375: 592-5 (2008)

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