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Dr. Natalya Zinkevich

Assistant Professor in Health and Medicine 262.524.7280 nzinkevi@carrollu.edu Charles Street Hall 209

TEACHES IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM(S)

Pre-Professional Health Science

Biography

Dr. Zinkevich was born in Moscow, Russia. She came to the United States after completing her Ph.D. in 2002. Dr. Zinkevich did her postdoctoral trainings at the University of Iowa and Medical College of Wisconsin. She has been performing human vessel studies at the Medical College of Wisconsin since 2008 and teaching at Carroll University since 2010.

Education

  • Vavilov Institute of general Genetics Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia, Ph.D. in Genetics, 2000
  • Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, Master of Science in Biology, 1994

Areas of Specialization

Teaching specialization: human anatomy and physiology; research specialization: cardiovascular physiology

Scholarly and Professional Achievements

Recent publications

Beyer A.M., Zinkevich N., Miller B., Liu Y., Wittenburg A.L., Mitchell M., Galdieri R., Sorokin A., Gutterman D.D. Transition in the mechanism of flow-mediated dilation with aging and development of coronary artery disease. Basic Res. Cardiol. 2017 Jan;112(1):5.

Durand M.J., Zinkevich N.S., Riedel M., Gutterman D.D., Nasci V.L., Salato V.K., Hijjawi J.B., Reuben C.F., North P.E., Beyer A.M. Vascular Actions of Angiotensin 1-7 in the Human Microcirculation - Novel Role for Telomerase. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2016

Service to Carroll University and Profession

  • Courses taught include Human Physiology Lecture and Lab (OTH503 & OTH503L); Human Anatomy Lecture and Lab (OTH502 & OTH502L); Human Physiology Lecture and Lab (BIO403 & BIO403L); Human Anatomy Lecture and Lab (BIO402 & BIO402L); Organismal Physiology Lecture and Lab (BIO225 & BIO225L); Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Lecture and Lab (BIO130 & BIO130L & BIO140L); Capstone in Biological Sciences hybrid course (BIO399); Comparative Vertebrate Zoology Lecture and Lab (BIO322 & BIO322L); Special Topics in Immunology Lecture (BIO491); Development Biology Lab (BIO 321L)
  • Service as a Pre-Health program adviser
  • Collaboration and representation of Carroll University on the SALUD a la Vista: Mobile TeleEye Health (mTEH) project 
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