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CURRICULUM VITA
Rodney P. Guttmann, Ph.D.
PRESENT POSITIONS
Professor, Department of Psychology
Director, Center on Aging
University of West Florida
College of Health
ADDRESSES
Office
Rodney Guttmann, Ph.D.
Building 41
11000 University Pkwy
Pensacola, Florida 32514
[email protected]
850-474-3298
EDUCATION
Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacology, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL,
USA, Thesis: The in situ proteolysis of tau by calpain. Advisory Committee: G.V. Johnson,
R.S. Jope, P.D. Bell, A.B. Theibert, G.B. Brown, 1998.
B.S.
Department of Chemistry, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 1991. (Major:
Chemistry; Minors: Biology and Math)
ACADEMIC AWARDS
2014
2010
2008
2008
2006
1999
1999
1997
Faculty Scholars Award, University of West Florida, College of Science, Engineering
and Health
Holsinger Teaching Award, University of Kentucky, College of Medicine
Flexner Master Educator Award, University of Kentucky
Wethington Award, University of Kentucky
Wethington Award, University of Kentucky
NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania
Alavi-Dabiri Postdoctoral Award, University of Pennsylvania, Alavi-Dabiri Research
Council
Graduate Student Research Award, University of Alabama at Birmingham, UAB
Graduate School
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
Title
Date
Location
Director
2011-present
University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida
Center on Aging
Professor
2011-present
University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida
Department of Psychology
Chair
2014-2016
University of West Florida. Pensacola, Florida.
Department of Public Health, Clinical and
Health Sciences
Associate Professor
2007-2011
University of Kentucky. Sanders-Brown Center
on Aging. Departments of Physiology and
Gerontology. Lexington, Kentucky
Assistant Professor
2001-2007
University of Kentucky. Sanders-Brown Center
on Aging. Departments of Physiology and
Gerontology. Lexington, Kentucky
Postdoctoral Fellow
1998-2001
University of Pennsylvania
Department of Pharmacology
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Graduate Student (Ph.D)
1991-1998
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Department of Pharmacology
Birmingham, Alabama
PATENTS
Inventor: Guttmann, R.P. Patent awarded Jun 10, 2008 - 7,385,027.“Membrane-permeable peptide
capable of calpain inhibition”. University of Kentucky
PUBLICATIONS (PEER-REVIEWED)
Pleiss, M, Sompol, P., Hafiz, M.A., Furman, J, Guttmann, R.P. , Wilcock, D., Nelson, P. and Norris,
C. M. Calcineurin proteolysis in astrocytes: Implications for impaired synaptic function.
(2016, submitted). Journal of Neuroinflammation.
Talboy, A.N, Aylward, A.M., Lende, D and Guttmann, R.P. Young Adults Perspectives on the
Selection of Pharmaceuticals for Mental Health Treatment. (2016, accepted). Patient
Experience Journal.
Ghoshal, S., Bondada, V., Saatman, K.E., Guttmann, R.P., and Geddes, J.W. Phage Display for
Identification of Serum Biomarkers of Traumatic Brain Injury. (2016, in press). J. of
Neuroscience Methods.
Clinkinbeard, T., Goshal, S., Craddock, S., Pettigrew, L. and Guttmann, R.P. Calpain cleavage of
MetAP2 in ischemic stroke. (2013) Brain Research. 7;1499:129-35.
Hafiz, M-A, Baig, I., LeVine, H., Guttmann, R.P. and Norris, C.M. (2011). Calpain-mediated
proteolysis of calcineurin is increased in hippocampus during mild cognitive impairment and
is stimulated by oligomeric Abeta. Aging Cell. 10(1):103-13.
Li, L., Bolstad, E, Anderson, A, Guttmann, R.P.* and Vinogradova, O.* (2009). NMR Structural
Characterization of the Penta-Peptide Calpain Inhibitor. FEBS Letters. 583(1):135-40.
Chen, G, Guttmann, R.P, Xiong, Y.L. and Webster, C.D. (2008). Protease Activity in Post-Mortem
Red Swamp Crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) Muscle Stored in Modified Atmosphere
Package. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56(18):8658-63.
McCollum, A.T., Jafarifar, F, Lynn, B.C, Agu, R.U., Stinchcomb, A.L., Wang S, Chen, Q, and
Guttmann, R.P. (2006) Inhibition of calpain-mediated cell death by a novel peptide
inhibitor. Experimental Neurology. 202(2):506-13.
Chen Q, Thompson, S.N., Hall, E.D., and Guttmann, R.P. (2006) Identification and characterization of
PEBP as a calpain substrate. Journal of Neurochemistry. 99: 1133-1141.
Marcum, J.L., Mathenia, J.K., Chan, R. and Guttmann, R.P. (2005) Oxidation of thiol-proteases in the
hippocampus of Alzheimer’s disease. Biochemical and Biophysical Research
Communications. Jul 11;334(2):342-348.
Guttmann, R.P., Day 3rd GA, Wang and Bottiggi KA. (2005) Identification of a novel calpain
inhibitor using phage display. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. Aug
12;333(4):1087-92.
Yadavalli R, Guttmann, R.P., Centers AP, Seward T, Williamson RA, and Telling GC. (2004) Prion
propagation is a calpain-dependent process. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 279(21):2194821956.
McCollum, A.T., Jafarifar, F., Chan, R. and Guttmann, R.P. (2004) Oxidative Stress Inhibits
Ionomycin-Mediated Cell Death in Cortical Neurons. Journal of Neuroscience Research.
76(1): 104-109.
Simpkins, K., Guttmann, R.P., Dong Y, Chen Z, Sokol S, Neumar R, and Lynch DR. (2003) Selective
activation induced cleavage of the NR2B subunit by calpain. Journal of Neuroscience.
23(36):11322–11331.
Eberz, A.J., Guttmann, R.P., Giasson, B.I., Day III, G.A., Lee, V.M-Y, Trojanowski, T.Q. and Lynch,
DR. (2003) Distinct Cleavage Patterns Of Normal And Pathologic Forms Of Alphasynuclein By Calpain I In Vitro. Journal of Neurochemistry. 86(4):836-847.
Neumar, R.W., Xu, Y.A., Gada, H., Guttmann, R.P. and Siman, R. (2003) Crosstalk between calpain
and caspase proteolytic systems during neuronal apoptosis. Journal of Biological Chemistry.
278(16):14162-7.
Guttmann, R.P., Sokol S., Baker, D.L., Simpkins, K.L., Dong, Y. and Lynch, D.R. (2002) Proteolysis
of the NMDA receptor by calpain in situ. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental
Therapeutics. 302(3):1023-30.
Grant, E.R., Guttmann, R.P., Seifert, K.M. and Lynch, D.R. (2001) A region of the N-methyl-daspartate receptor 2A subunit that is sufficient for potentiation by phorbol esters.
Neuroscience Letters. 310(1):9-12.
Guttmann, R.P., Baker, D.L., Seifert, K.M., Cohen, A.S., Coulter, D.A. and Lynch, D.R. (2001)
Specific proteolysis of the NR2 subunit at multiple sites by calpain. Journal of
Neurochemistry. 78(5):1083-93.
Lynch, D.R., Shim, S.S., Seifert, K.M., Kurapathi, S., Mutel, V., Gallagher, M.J. and Guttmann, R.P.
(2001) Pharmacological characterization of interactions of RO 25-6981 with the NR2B
(Epsilon 2) subunit. European Journal of Pharmacology. 416(3):185-95.
Anegawa, N.J., Guttmann, R.P., Grant, E.R., Anand, R., Lindstrom, J., and Lynch, D.R. (2000) NMethyl-D-aspartate receptor mediated toxicity in nonneuronal cell lines: characterization
using fluorescent measures of cell viability and reactive oxygen species production. Brain
Research Molecular Brain Research. 77(2):163-175.
McCormack, M.L., Guttmann, R.P., Schumann. M., Farmer, J.J., Stolle, C.A., Campuzano, V., Koenig,
M., and Lynch, D.R. (2000) Novel frataxin point mutations in two patients with Friedrach’s
ataxia and unusual clinical features. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry.
68:661-4.
Zhang, J-W., Guttmann, R.P. and Johnson, G.V.W. (1998) Tissue transglutaminase is an in situ
substrate of calpain: Regulation of activity. Journal of. Neurochemistry. 71: 240-247.
Guttmann, R.P. and Johnson, G.V.W. (1998) Oxidative inactivation of calpain in situ. Journal of
Biological Chemistry. 273: 13331-13338.
Zhang, J., Lesort, M., Guttmann, R.P. and Johnson, G.V.W. (1997) Modulation of the in situ activity
of tissue transglutaminase by calcium and GTP. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 273: 22882295.
Guttmann, R.P., Elce, J.C., Bell, P.D., Isbell, J.C. and Johnson, G.V.W. (1997) Oxidation
inhibits substrate proteolysis by calpain I but not autolysis. Journal of Biological Chemistry.
272:2005-2012.
Guttmann, R.P., Erickson, A.C. and Johnson, G.V.W. (1995) The self-association of tau: Modulation
by phosphorylation and oxidation state. Journal of Neurochemistry. 64: 1209-1215.
WEB-BASED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Guttmann, R.P. (2014). “Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Risk Factor for Dementia.” The Deep South
CME Network, UAB Geriatric Education Center, UAB Division of CME.
http://courses.cme.uab.edu/course/index.php?categoryid=5
Guttmann, R.P. , Cantey, N.I. and Bishop, C.J. (in press). “Identifying and Responding to Financial
exploitation in Older Adults” The Deep South CME Network, UAB Geriatric Education Center, UAB
Division of CME.
EDITORIALS, REVIEWS, AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Guttmann, R.P. and Powell T. (2012). Redox Regulation of Cysteine-Dependent Enzymes in
Neurodegeneration. International Journal of Cell Biology. (2012). Article ID 703164
Guttmann, R.P. and Goshal, S. (2011). Oxidation of thiol-proteases in age-related neurodegeneration.
Free Radical Biology and Medicine. Jul 15;51(2):282-8.
Guttmann, R.P. (2010) Redox regulation of cysteine-dependent enzymes. Journal of Animal Science.
Apr;88(4):1297-306.
Guttmann, R.P. (2007) Recent developments in the therapeutic targeting of calpains in
neurodegeneration. Expert Opinion in Therapeutic Patents.17, 1203-1213.
Geddes, J.W., Bondada, V., Sengoku, T., Dubal, S. and Guttmann, R.P. Strategies for Calpain
Inhibition Following CNS Trauma. Indian Journal of Neurotrauma (2006).
Ewen, H.H., Bottiggi, K., Anderson, K., Day, G., Hughes, T.B., Knapp, K., Lawrence, S., Leach, C.R.,
Traywick, L.S., Guttmann, R.P., Teaster, P.B., and Smith, M.D. (2005). Recommendations
for the White House Conference on Aging from the University of Kentucky Summer Series
on Aging. Occasional Research Report: University of Kentucky.
Lynch, D.R. and Guttmann, R.P. Excitotoxicity: Perspectives based on NMDA receptor subtypes.
(2002) Samuel Enna ed. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 300:71723.
Lynch, D.R. and Guttmann, R.P. (2001) NMDA Receptor Pharmacology: Perspectives From
Molecular
Biology. Current Drug Targets. 2(3):215-31.
Guttmann, R.P. and Johnson, G.V. (2000) Measurement of calpain activity in vitro and in situ using a
fluorescent compound and tau as substrates. Methods in Molecular Biology. 144:143-50.
Guttmann, R.P. and Johnson, G.V.W. (1999) Calpain mediated proteolysis of the cytoskeleton. Kevin
K.W.Wang and Po-Wai Yuen eds. The Pharmacology and Toxicology of Calpain. Taylor and
Francis.
Johnson, G.V.W. and Guttmann, R.P. (1997) Calpain: Intact and Active? BioEssays. 19, 1011-1018.
ABSTRACTS
Bryson, H and Guttmann, R. P. Examining relationships between age-related attitudes and healthrelated quality of life. (2016). Southeastern Psychological Association.
Webster C., Jordan, E., Rotunda, R., and Guttmann, R. P. Attitudes Toward Smoking in College
Students. (Apr. 2016). Student Scholars Symposium, UWF.
Rivera, S., Blalock, L., and Guttmann, R. P. Training the Brain: Examining the Effectiveness of a
Cognitive Skills Training Program. (Apr. 2016). Student Scholars Symposium, UWF.
Mullins, T., and Guttmann, R. P. Reciprocity and the Likelihood to Accept Charity: The Moderating
Effects of Gratitude. (Apr. 2015). Student Scholars Symposium, UWF.
O’Connor, E., and Guttmann, R. P. Nutrition As Medicine. (Apr. 2015). Student Scholars Symposium,
UWF.
Nalley,M., Pham, H., Hileman, F., and Guttmann, R. P. Determination of Nanomolar Levels of
Synthetic Peptide LSEAL by Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry. (Apr. 2014).
Student Scholars Symposium, UWF.
Talboy, A. N., and Guttmann, R. P. Treatment selection and use of critical thinking differ among
younger and older adults. (Jan. 2013). 25th Annual Association for Psychological Science
Convention.
Ghoshal, S, Geddes, J, Saatman, K and Guttmann, R.P. Developing biomarkers for traumatic brain
injury using phage display. (Nov. 2012). Neurotrauma.
Guttmann, R.P, Donahue, R.R. and Taylor B.K. Calpain Inhibition Reduces Neuropathic Pain. (Nov.
2012). Society for Neuroscience.
Jordan, E. F., Harrison, D. F., Guttmann, R.P., and Belter, R. W.. Using YouTube© to assess adults’
responses to children’s misbehavior. (Oct. 2012). National Council on Family Relations
annual conference, Phoenix, AZ.
Clinkinbeard, T., Ghoshal, S., Craddock, S., Pettigrew, L.C. and Guttmann, R.P. Calpain cleaves
methionine aminopeptidase 2 in a rat model of ischemia. (Nov. 2012). Society for
Neuroscience.
Kruger, T., Blonder, L., Rowles, G.R., Guttmann, R.P., Schmitt, F., and Zanjani, F. Responses to a
Diagnosis of Mild Cognitive Impairment. (Nov. 2012)
Harrison, D. F., Jordan, E. F., Guttmann, R.P., & Belter, R. W. Is the book better than the movie: The
impact of media type on responses to child misbehavior. (Apr. 2012). University of West
Florida Student Scholars Symposium, Pensacola, Florida.
Clinkinbeard T., Ghoshal S., Craddock S., Pettigrew L.C.,and Guttmann R.P.. Calpain cleaves
methionine aminopeptidase 2 in a rat model of ischemia. (Apr. 2012). Keeneland Conference
for Public Health Systems and Services, Lexington, KY.
Guttmann, R.P., Bryan, K., VanWormer, L. and Kass, S. Aging Strategies and The University of West
Florida. (Feb. 2012). Southeastern Psychological Association.
Kruger, T, Guttmann, R.P, and Sokan, A. Explicating Inequality: Applying the Theory of Cumulative
Inequality from Cell to Society. (Nov. 2010). Gerontological Society of America.
Ghoshal, S. and Guttmann, R.P. Neo-epitope antibody production to monitor calpain activity. (Nov.
2010). Society for Neuroscience (354.8)
Teaster, P.B., Guttmann, R.P., Mendiondo, M.S., and Grace, J. Elder abuse and the Multiple Hit
Hypothesis. (Nov. 2010). American Public Health Association.
Joseph, R. and Guttmann, R.P. Use of Phage-Display to Identify Low Molecular Weight Peptides that
Inhibit Calpain Protease Activity. (Feb. 2010). District Science Fair (First Place Winner –
High School).
Abdul, H.M., Guttmann, R.P., and Norris, C.M. Calpain-mediated proteolysis of calcineurin in AD:
Implications for neuroinflammation. (Oct. 2009). Society for Neuroscience.
Guttmann, R.P. Development of Calpastatin Mimetic Using Phage Display. (Jun. 2009). American
Peptide Symposium.
Clinkinbeard, T. and Guttmann, R.P. Alzheimer’s in America: costs and the search for a cure. (Apr.
2009). University of Kentucky Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Conference.
Lynch, D.R., Wu H-Y, Baconguis, IR.J.E, Gleichman, A. Guttmann, R.P. Calpain mediated cleavage
of
NR2B. (Oct. 2007). Society for Neuroscience.
Chen, Q., Bogyo, M., Wang, S., and Guttmann, R.P. Identification of oxidized thiol proteases in
Alzheimer’s disease. (Mar. 2007). 8th International Conference AD/PD.
Guttmann, R.P, Wang, S., Bacon, M., Jafarifar, F., Chan, R., and McCollum A.T. Inhibition of calpains
via non-active site targeting peptides. (Nov. 2006). American Heart Association.
Guttmann, R.P, Chen, Q., Wang, S., and Bogyo, M. Activity-dependent cysteine protease profiling in
Alzheimer’s disease. (Oct. 2006). Society for Neuroscience.
Guttmann, R.P. and Marcum J.L. Protease activity in Alzheimer's disease brain. (Nov. 2005). Society
for Neuroscience.
Day, G.A. 3rd and Guttmann, R.P. Phage-display derived inhibitors of calpain. (Nov. 2005). Society for
Neuroscience.
Day, G.A. 3rd and Guttmann, R.P. Use of peptide-phage display to develop novel calpain inhibitors.
(Oct. 2005). College of Public Health Research Day.
Guttmann, R.P., LeVine H., Estus S., and Jafarifar F. Oxidative inhibition of cysteine-proteases in
Alzheimer’s Disease. (Oct. 2004). Society for Neuroscience.
Eberz, A.F, Giasson, B.I., Norris, E.H., Hodara, R., Guttmann, R.P., Ischiropoulos, H, Lee, V.M-Y,
Trojanowski J.Q., and Lynch, D.R. Calpain cleavage of modified forms of a-synuclein in
vitro. (Nov. 2003). Society for Neuroscience.
Guttmann, R.P., Chan, R., Jafarifar, F., and McCollum, A.T. Use of peptide-phage display to develop
novel calpain inhibitors. (Nov. 2003). Society for Neuroscience.
Yadavalli, R., Guttmann, R.P., Centers, A.P., Seward, T., Williamson, R.A., and Telling, G.C. Prion
propagation is a calpain-dependent process. (Oct. 2003). International Prion Conference:
From Basic Research to Intervention Concepts.
Eberz, A.J., Guttmann, R.P., Giasson, B.I., Trojanowski, J.Q., Lee, V.M-Y, and Lynch, D.R.
Biochemical study of alpha synuclein cleavage by calpain. (Nov. 2002). Society for
Neuroscience.
Guttmann, R.P., Chan R.K, Craddock S.D. and Pettigrew, L.C. Reversible thiol oxidation of calpain in
ischemic stroke. (Nov. 2002). Society for Neuroscience.
Dong, Y., Guttmann, R.P. and Lynch, D.R. Calpain cleavage of NR2B. (Nov. 2002). Society for
Neuroscience.
Neumar, R.W., Xu, Y.A., Guttmann, R.P., and Siman, R. Calpastatin Overexpression Reduces Free
Radical-Mediated Neuronal Death. (May 2002). Academic Emergency Medicine.
Guttmann, R.P. and Lynch, D.R. Calpain-mediated effects of NR2 subunit truncation within the
NMDA receptor. (Nov. 2001). Society for Neuroscience.
Neumar, R.W., Xu, Y.A., Guttmann, R.P., and Siman, R. Interaction of calpain and caspase proteolytic
systems during neuronal apoptosis. (Nov. 2001). Society for Neuroscience.
Grant, E.R., Guttmann, R.P., and Lynch, D.R. Localization of structural determinants for modulation
of recombinant NMDA receptors by PKC. (Nov. 1999). Society for Neuroscience. 25:889.6.
Guttmann, R.P., Grant, E.R., and Lynch, D.R. Calpain-mediated regulation of N-methyl-Daspartate receptor function. (Nov. 1999). Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 25:889.5.
Lynch. D.R., Seifert, K., Kurapathi, S., Anegawa, N.J., and Guttmann, R.P. Physiological
coupling of NMDA receptor activity and nitric oxide production in heterologous expression
systems. (Nov. 1999). Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 25:889.4.
Guttmann, R.P. and Johnson, G.V.W.. Modulation of calpain activity in situ by oxidation. (Nov.
1997). Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.
Guttmann, R.P., Bell, P.D,. and Johnson, G.V.W. Reversible inactivation of calpain I by
oxidation. (Nov. 1996). Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 22:1894.
Johnson, G.V.W., Guttmann, R.P., and Davis, P.K.. Oxidation-induced alterations of tau
protein. (Sept. 1996). Journal of Neurochemistry, 66:S74.
Johnson, G.V.W., Litersky, J.M., and Guttmann, R.P.. Calcium-dependent proteolysis of the
microtubule-associated protein tau: Modulation by site-specific phosphorylation. (Sept.
1996). Journal of Neurochemistry, 66:S74.
Guttmann, R.P. and Johnson, G.V.W. The in vitro and in situ proteolysis of tau by calpain.
(Nov. 1994). Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 20:1036.
Guttmann, R.P., Erickson, A.C., and Johnson, G.V.W. Tau self-association: Stabilization
with chemical cross-linking agents. (Aug. 1993). Molecular Biology of the Cell, 4:393A.
LECTURES BY INVITATION
Guttmann, R.P. “Positively Aging: The Psychobiology of Successful Aging”. Northwest Florida Area
Agency on Aging, Regional Training Symposium. May 20, 2016.
Guttmann, R.P. ”Considerations for a Compassionate Conversation.”. Keynote address. Covenant
Hospice, End-of-Life Conference. Pensacola, Florida. Jul. 29, 2015.
Guttmann, R.P. “Building Resilient Communities to Protect Older Adults”. Stopping Abuse, Assault
and Violence – Identification and Prevention Conference. Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
Atmore, Alabama. May 2013
Guttmann, R.P. “Myths, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid about Alzheimer’s disease”. Covenant
Hospice/Alzheimer’s Family Services. Pensacola, Florida. Feb. 2013.
Guttmann, R.P. “Multidisciplinary strategies for the prevention and treatment of frailty”. 5th
International Forum of Sports for All (IFSA), Xian, CHINA. Oct. 2012
Guttmann, R.P. Keynote address, “Clinical Trials in Alzheimer’s disease”. Alzheimer’s Association,
Meridian, Mississippi. Oct. 2012.
Guttmann, R.P. “The coming of age in aging research”. Area Agency on Aging (Area 1). May 2012.
Guttmann, R.P. “Current trends in Alzheimer’s disease research”. Covenant Hospice. Jun. 2012.
Guttmann, R.P. ”Accumulation of Inequality at the Cellular Level and Risk Modulation of
Alzheimer's Disease”. Gerontological Society of America. Nov. 2010.
Guttmann, R.P. “Guide to better poster presentations”. University of Kentucky, College of Medicine,
Postdoctoral Advisory Committee. Nov. 2010.
Guttmann, R.P. “Guide to better poster presentations”. University of Kentucky, College of Medicine,
Postdoctoral Advisory Committee. Nov. 2009.
Guttmann, R.P. “Redox Regulation of cysteine-dependent enzymes”. Joint annual meeting of the
American Dairy Science Association, Canadian Society of Animal Science, and American
Society of Animal Science. Jul. 2009.
Guttmann, R.P. “Guide to better poster presentations”. University of Kentucky, College of Medicine,
Postdoctoral Advisory Committee. Nov. 2008.
Guttmann, R.P. “Use of Phage-display to identify protein-protein interactions”. University of
Kentucky, College of Medicine. Oct. 2008.
Guttmann, R.P. “Calpain and identification of inhibitors”. FASEB Summer Research Conference .
Snowmass, CO. Jul. 2007.
Guttmann, R.P. “Regulation of cysteine proteases in neurodegeneration”. University of Kentucky,
College of Medicine. Lexington, KY. Jan. 2007.
Guttmann, R.P. “Guide to Grant Writing Workshop”. University of Kentucky, Sponsored Program
Development. Lexington, KY. Oct. 2004.
Guttmann, R.P. “Careers in Aging Research”. University of Kentucky, School of Public Health.
Lexington, KY. Apr. 2004.
Guttmann, R.P. “Oxidation of thiol-dependent enzymes in Alzheimer’s disease”. University of
Kentucky, Sanders-Brown Center on Aging. Lexington, KY. Dec. 2003.
Guttmann, R.P. “Guide to Grant Writing Workshop”. University of Kentucky, Sponsored Program
Development. Lexington, Kentucky. Oct. 2003.
Guttmann, R.P. “Careers in Academia”. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Graduate School.
Birmingham, AL, Sept. 2002.
Guttmann, R.P. “Impact of cysteine oxidation in cell death”. University of Alabama at Birmingham
Department of Pharmacology. Birmingham, Alabama. Sept. 2002.
Guttmann, R.P. “Oxidative-regulation of thiol proteases”, University of Kentucky. Sanders-Brown
Center on Aging. Lexington, KY. Oct. 2001.
Guttmann, R.P. “Regulation of the NMDA receptor by calpain”. University of Pennsylvania,
Department of Pharmacology, Alavi-Dabiri Research Council. Philadelphia, PA. Jun. 1999.
Guttmann, R.P. “Oxidative inactivation of calpain”, Philadelphia, PA. Children’s Hospital of
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. Apr. 1998.
Guttmann, R.P. “Calpain and Alzheimer’s disease”, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Graduate
School. Birmingham, Alabama. Sept. 1997
COMMUNITY OUTREACH PRESENTATIONS AND ARTICLES
Guttmann, R.P. Weekly original one minute radio public service announcement, “The Senior
Moment”. NPR Public Radio Station, WUWF 88.1FM. 2011-present, Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Health Focus: Preventing Falls for Seniors”. YMCA Newsletter, Pensacola, Fl.
http://www.ymcanwfl.org/newsletter, May, 2016
Guttmann, R.P. “Home Health assessment for Patients with Dementia and their Caregivers”. Aging
Insights Seminar Series for Leisure Learning. March 2, 2016. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “The Top Ten Activities for Healthy Aging: Mind, Body and Spirit”. Senior Adult
Ministry Team of Resurrection Lutheran Church. Feb. 3, 2016. Perdido Bay, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Making your business Dementia Friendly Training Program”. Home Instead. Feb. 2,
2016. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias”. Senior Alliance Education Series. Feb. 2,
2016. Pensacola, Florida
Guttmann, R.P. “Clinical Trials in Alzheimer's Disease”. Aging Insights Seminar Series for Leisure
Learning. January 20, 2016. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Strategies for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver”. TEDMED at Wahoo Stadium presented by
Baptist Health Care. Nov. 20, 2015. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. and LeBlanc, B. “Strategies for Interacting with dementia as a First Responder”. Crisis
Intervention Team Training program for law enforcement. Nov. 19, 2015. Center for Continuing
Education, University of South Alabama. Mobile, Alabama.
Guttmann, R.P. “Bridging the Gap in an intergenerational workforce”. 5th Annual Employee Relations
Symposium. University of West Florida. Nov. 17, 2015.
Guttmann, R.P. “Rising to the Challenge to Defeat Alzheimer’s Disease”. Nov. 4, 2015. Covenant
Alzheimer Services/UWF Center on Aging. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “UWF Center on Aging”. Aug. 27, 2015. Pace Rotary Club. Pace, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Top 10 Successful Aging Strategies”. Aug. 27, 2015. Bob Hope Village (Air Force
Enlisted Village, Inc). Shalimar, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Epigenetics and Smokin’ Grandma”. Feb. 26, 2015. Leisure Learning Society,
UWF. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “The 10 Habits of a Healthy Brain”. Feb. 24, 2015. Pacifica Senior Living Creekside.
Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease research at UWF”. Nov. 12, 2014. Gulf Isle
Neighbors Community Group. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Aging Seminar Series at UWF Center on Aging”. Oct. 20, 2014. ARGO NEWS,
UWF. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Trends in Aging Medicine”. Sept. 19, 2014. Medical Center Clinic. Gulf Breeze,
Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Treatment myths and current research in Alzheimer’s”. Sept. 11, 2014. Covenant
Hospice (Alzheimer’s Support Group). Milton, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Current Controversies in Alzheimer's Disease - Tauists versus the βaptists”. August
Gulf Coast Science Café. Aug. 18, 2014.
Guttmann, R.P. “Successful aging strategies”. Milton Quilt Club. Jul. 14, 2014. Milton, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Art therapy with older adults”. UWF Arts and Aging. May 21, 2014. Pensacola,
Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Alzheimer’s Disease: past, present and future ”. Phi Delta Kappa annual meeting.
Mar. 27, 2014. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “What we have learned from Centenarians”. Azalea Trace. Mar. 6, 2014. Pensacola,
Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Alzheimer’s Disease Research at UWF”. WUWF interview with Sandra Averhart.
Nov. 22, 2013.
Guttmann, R.P. “Communicating with Older Adults”. Sept. 18, 2013. Merrill Lynch, Pensacola,
Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. ” How to Age Well: Think. Adapt. Succeed.”. Summer Education Series 2013.
Covenant Hospice. Pensacola, Florida. Jul. 2013.
Guttmann, R.P. “Successful Aging Strategies Across the Lifespan”. University of West Florida.
University Advancement Division. Pensacola, Florida. Jul. 2013.
Guttmann, R.P. “Art Therapy and Aging”. Jun. 7, 2013. University of West Florida
Guttmann, R.P. “Resiliency Across the Lifespan”. Jun. 4, 2013. Leisure Learning Society, University
of West Florida
Guttmann, R.P. “Positively Aging”. May 23, 2013. Azalea Trace Retirement Community, Pensacola,
Florida
Guttmann, R.P. “The Future in Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease”. May 13, 2013. Escarosa Dental
Society. Pensacola, Florida
Guttmann, R.P. “From Neurons to Society: The Impacts of Dementia on Us All”. Apr. 2, 9, and 16,
2013. Leisure Learning Society, University of West Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “The Diabetes / Dementia Connection”. Pacifica Senior Living Creekside. Feb. 21,
2013. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “UWF’s Center on Aging“. West Florida Hospital . Jan. 22, 2013. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Understanding Alzheimer’s disease” BayRidge at Westminster Village. Jan. 27,
2013. Spanish Fort, Alabama.
Guttmann, R.P. “Alzheimer’s Disease and current clinical trials”. Dec. 6. 2012. Pacifica Senior Living
Creekside. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Health, Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease”. Nov. 9, 2012. Westwood Men’s Breakfast.
Fort Walton Beach.
Guttmann, R.P. “Alzheimer’s disease and dementia”. Sept. 19th, 26 and Oct. 3, 2012. Leisure Learning
Society, University of West Florida .
Guttmann, R.P. “Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease”. Aug. 14, 2012. Alzheimer’s Family Services. Oct.
5, 2012. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. "Successful Aging and You". July 2 and 9, 2012. Leisure Learning Society, University
of West Florida.
INTERVIEWS
Guttmann, R.P. “An Aging Florida”. Ballinger Publishing. http://www.ballingerpublishing.com/anaging-florida/
Guttmann, R.P. and LeBlanc, B. “Living with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease”. WUWF Special
Series. Nov. 2015. (multiple air times).
Guttmann, R.P. “Healthy minds, Healthy bodies”. Oct. 21, 2014. Cat Country 1620 AM. Hosted by
Annalee Leonard. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Conversations with Jeff Weeks”. Television interview. Aired Sept. 26, 27, 29 2013.
WSRE. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Resiliency in Aging”. Mar. 19, 2013. Cat Country 1620 AM. Hosted by Annalee
Leonard/ Dan Morris. Pensacola, Fl.
Guttmann, R.P. “Educating about Aging”. Nov. 13, 2012. Cat Country 1620 AM. Hosted by Annalee
Leonard/ Dan Morris. Pensacola, Florida.
Guttmann, R.P. “Elder Abuse and Elder Justice”. May 17, 2012. Cat Country 1620 AM. Hosted by
Annalee Leonard/ Dan Morris. Pensacola, Florida.
OTHER WORKS
Kanuck. M, Vodanovich, and Guttmann, R.P. “Clinic Selection and Retention Summary Report”.
January 2015.
Rivera, S, and Guttmann, R.P. Memory Care Activities for Residents in a Dementia Care Unit”.
August, 2015.
CURRENT GRANTS
2016-2017
ENHANCING DETECTION OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE BIOMARKERS USING PHAGEDERIVED QUANTIFICATION (PDQ). Florida Department of Health. ($82,000). Principal
Investigator.
2015-2018
Building Clinical Trials at the University of West Florida. Center for Research and
Economic Opportunity ($225,000). Principal Investigator.
2015-2016
Developing a SMILE home for Seniors. University of West Florida. ($9,000).
Principal Investigator.
2014-2016
NOVEL BIOMARKERS OF TBI IDENTIFIED USING PHAGE DISPLAY. National Institute of
Neurological Disorders and Stroke. ($225,000 – Geddes, PI). Consultant.
PENDING GRANTS
2016-2019
DETECTION OF TAU-BASED BIOMARKERS USING PHAGE-DERIVED QUANTIFICATION
(PDQ). National Institute on Aging. ($447,000). Principal Investigator.
PREVIOUS GRANTS AWARDED
2014-2015
Nutrition as Medicine. Faculty Catalyst Award, University of West Florida. ($2,300).
Principal Investigator.
2012-2015
POARCH BAND OF CREEK INDIANS ELDER ABUSE PREVENTION GRANT. NATIONAL
ADMINISTRATION ON AGING. ($250,000). 10% effort. (UWF: $95,000). CO-I.
2010-2011
TESTING OF SMALL PEPTIDE INHIBITORS IN THE TREATMENT OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN.
GotGrants, University of Kentucky. ($10,000). Principal Investigator.
2010-2011
USE OF PHAGE DISPLAY TO DEVELOP BIOFLUID PIB BINDING AS A BIOMARKER FOR
AD.. NIH, NIA pilot award through Sanders-Brown Center on Aging ADC. ($20,000)
Co-PI, Co-PI Harry LeVine).
2007-2012
CALPAIN AS A THERAPEUTIC TARGET FOR TBI. NIH, NINDS. ($5,500,000). (Core C,
Proteomics and Biomarker Core. 25% effort. Core Leader.
2008-2009
PHASE ZERO AWARD FROM KENTUCKY SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FOUNDATION TO
SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT OF PHASE I STTR: NOVEL PEPTIDES TO PREVENT
NEURODEGENERATION FOLLOWING STROKE.
($2,000). (Principal Investigator, 3P
Pharmaceuticals).
2006-2008
OXIDATION OF THIOL-PROTEASES IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE. NIH, NIA. ($275,000).
33% effort. Principal Investigator.
2004-2009
MITOCHONDRIA, ROS, CA2+, AND CALPAIN IN THE AGING CNS. NIH, NIA.
($11,000,000). PI: Phil Landfield. 3% effort. Co-project leader, Project 4.
2003-2007
DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL CALPAIN PROTEASE INHIBITORS USING PHAGE-PEPTIDE
DISPLAY. American Heart Association, Developing Scientist Grant. ($240,000). 10%
effort. Principal Investigator.
2004-2006
DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL CALPAIN INHIBITORS USING PHAGE DISPLAY. NIH, NINDS.
($250,000). 50% effort. Principal Investigator.
2004
MAJOR RESEARCH EQUIPMENT GRANT. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY. ($50,000).
Principal Investigator.
2002-2003
DETERMINATION OF THE REDOX STATE OF THE CALCIUM- AND CYSTEINE-DEPENDENT
PROTEASE, CALPAIN IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE. NIH, NIA. ($20,000). 25% effort.
Principal Investigator.
2000-2001
MODULATION OF NMDA RECEPTOR ACTIVITY BY CALPAIN. NIH, NINDS, Individual
National Research Service Grant Award. ($75,000). 100% effort. Principal
Investigator.
1999-2000
CALPAIN-MEDIATED REGULATION OF NMDA RECEPTORS DURING ISCHEMIC INSULT.
American Heart Association. Postdoctoral Award. ($35,000). 100% effort. Principal
Investigator.
UNIVERSITY TEACHING
Course Development and Instruction
University of West Florida
EXP6085 Seminar in Applied Psychology. Course Director.
Graduate Course (Spring 2016)
PSB5990 Psychopharmacology. Developer/Course Director.
Graduate Course (Fall 2015)
PSY 3215 Research Methods II. Course Director. (Spring
2014)
DEP 4410 Adulthood and Aging (Online – with Tamara
Powell). Developed course – (Tamara Powell, Spring 2013;
Guttmann, Summer 2013, Summer 2016)
PSY6217 Research Design in Psychology. Course Director.
Graduate Course (Spring 2013, Spring 2014)
PSB 4002 Brain, Behavior and Experience. Course Director.
Undergraduate Course (Summer 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2016)
PSB 4990 Psychobiology of Aging. Developer / Course
Director. Undergraduate Course. (Spring 2012)
DEP 4410. Adulthood and Aging. Course Director.
Undergraduate Course. (Fall 2011, Fall/Spring 2012, Fall 2013,
Fall/Spring/Summer 2014, Spring/Summer 2015)
University of Kentucky
PGY 630-003 Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Aging.
2010-2011. Developer / Co-Course Director. Graduate Course
GRN 781 Student Development Practicum. 2008-2009.
Developer and Course director. Graduate Course.
GRN 650 Research Design in Gerontology. University of
Kentucky. Aug 2008-2011. Co-course-director (2009).
Graduate Course.
GRN 700, Current topics in Brain Aging. University of
Kentucky. Jan. 2006-2011, Course director. Developer and
Course-director. Graduate Course.
Gerontology graduate student seminar series. University of
Kentucky. Aug. 2005 – 2008, Developer and Coordinator.
Graduate Course. (Changed to GRN 781 in 2008).
Physiology graduate student seminar series. University of
Kentucky. Jan. 2004-2011, Developer and Coordinator.
Graduate Course.
GRN 612, Biology of Aging. Feb. 2003 - present. Lecturer and
co-course director, 2003-2005. Course director, 2006-present.
Graduate Course.
Guest Lecturer
University of West Florida
NUR 3145 Pharmacology, April 2012.
EXP 4204, Sensation and Perception. April 2012.
DEP 2004, Human Development across the Lifespan. April
2012
University of Kentucky
OBI 651, Oral Biology II for Postgraduate, Feb. 2008-2011.
Medical student Course
GRN 650, Methods in Gerontology. Sept. 2003 – 2007, 2009
Graduate Course.
GRN 600, A Study of the Older Person. Sept. 2003 – 2011.
Graduate Course.
Graduate Student mentorship
University of West Florida
Avalon Mallory, Psychology. University of West Florida.
(Fall-2015-present), Mentor
Stephanie Reed, Communication Arts. University of West
Florida. (Summer 2015-present), Mentor.
Ethan Morris, Biology, University of West Florida. (Summer
2015-present), Mentor.
Ruthie Christie, Psychology. University of West Florida.
(Spring 2015-present). Mentor
Mary Augustitus, Aging Studies graduate student, University
of West Florida (Spring 2015), Mentor. Directed Study.
Katelyn Cleary. Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (Spring 2014), Mentor. Directed Study.
Lauren Clifford, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (Fall 2013-Spring 2015), Mentor
Matthew Kanuck, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (Fall 2013-2015), Mentor
Stuart Hibyan, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2011-2012), Mentor
Tamara Powell, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2011-2013), Mentor
University of Kentucky
Jonathon Wagner, IBS graduate student, University of
Kentucky, IBS Rotation (2007), Mentor
Mary Kermicle, IBS graduate student, University of Kentucky,
IBS Rotation (2007), Mentor
Tina Kruger, Gerontology graduate student, University of
Kentucky, Rotation (2007), Mentor
Sonya Munk, Gerontology graduate student, University of
Kentucky, Rotation (2006), Mentor
Jennifer Marcum, IBS graduate student, University of
Kentucky, IBS Rotation (2005), Mentor
Laura Johnson, IBS graduate student, University of Kentucky,
IBS Rotation (2004), Mentor
Dong-Young Choi, IBS graduate student, University of
Kentucky, IBS Rotation (2004), Mentor
Jeremy Mathenia, IBS graduate student, University of
Kentucky, IBS Rotation (2004), Mentor
Amanda Jo Baker, IBS graduate student, University of
Kentucky, IBS Rotation (2003), Mentor
Dan Ni, IBS graduate student, University of Kentucky, IBS
Rotation (2003), Mentor
Sadie Hebert, IBS graduate student, University of Kentucky,
IBS Rotation (2003), Mentor
Kara Bottiggi, Gerontology graduate student, University of
Kentucky, Rotation (2003), Mentor
Katie Nikzad, Gerontology graduate student, University of
Kentucky, Rotation (2003), Mentor
Michelle Sama, IBS graduate student, University of Kentucky,
IBS Rotation (2002), Mentor
Karrie Grear, IBS graduate student, University of Kentucky,
IBS Rotation (2002), Mentor
High School Student Mentorship
Stephen Steinmetz, 2010-2011. Dunbar High School.
Lexington, KY.
Andrei Terentiev, 2010-2011. Dunbar High School. Lexington,
KY.
Rahul Joseph, 2008-2010. Dunbar High School. Lexington,
KY.
Undergraduate Student Mentorship
University of West Florida
Emily Vaughn, Clinical Lab Sciences, University of West
Florida. Spring 2016-present
Buu-Tran Duong. Biology. University of West Florida. Fall
2015-present
Tyler Jones. Psychology. University of West Florida. Spring
2014-present (Directed Study, Spring 2016)
Aimee Phillips. Biology. University of West Florida. Spring
2016.
Kelly Carlisle. Psychology. University of West Florida. Spring
2015. Directed Study
T’Kara Mullins. Psychology. University of West Florida.
Spring 2015. Honors Thesis
Danielle Rominger, Psychology. University of West Florida.
Spring 2015. Directed Study
Jesse Ruiz, Psychology. University of West Florida. Summer
2014. Directed Study
Matt Pardo, Psychology, University of West Florida. Fall
2013/Spring 2014. Directed Study
Tyler Cox, Psychology, University of West Florida. Spring
2014, Summer, 2014. Directed Study
Lawrence Williamson, Psychology, University of West
Florida. Fall 2013. Directed Study. (Co-Director with Dr. Steve
Linville).
Elliot McCully, Psychology, University of West Florida. Fall
2013. Directed Study.
Raquita Peasant, Psychology, University of West Florida. May
2013-December 2013. Directed Study.
Tien Duong, Biology. University of West Florida. 2013-2014.
Preston Shishgal, Biology. University of West Florida. 2013.
Kyle Harwell, Psychology. University of West Florida. 20132015.
Matt Nalley, Chemistry. University of West Florida. 20122015.
General Faculty Advisor (40 students) in School of
Psychological and Behavioral Sciences 2011-2015
University of Kentucky
Andrew Mize, University of Kentucky, 2009-2010.
Xin Zhang, Nutritional Sciences, University of Kentucky
2007.
Coady Kleinert, Arts and Science, University of Kentucky,
Summer 2005.
Matthew Bacon, Agricultural Science, University of Kentucky,
2001-2004.
Doctoral Thesis Advisor
Tiffanie Clinkinbeard, University of Kentucky, Dept. of
Gerontology, Aug. 2008-Aug-2012. Chair
Diana Mathis. University of Kentucky, Dept. of Gerontology,
Aug. 2006-May 2011. Graduated with Ph.D. Chair
Doctoral Dissertation committees
Steven Satterfield, Ed.D. candidate, University of West Florida
(Fall 2015-present). Member
Rita Lucena, Ed.D. candidate, University of West Florida (Fall
2014-present). Member
Karla Calliouet, Ed.D. candidate, University of West Florida
(Summer 2014-Fall 2015). (Graduated with Ed.D).Member.
Douglas Doidge, Ed.D. candidate, University of West Florida
(Fall-Summer 2014). Member
Kim Hutchinson, Fielding Graduate University. 2012-20133,
outside examiner. (Graduated with Ph.D.) Member
Master’s Thesis Chair
University of West Florida
Caitlan Webster, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (Fall 2015-present), Chair
Samantha Rivera, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2014-present), Chair
Heather Bryson, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2013-present), Chair
Donal Harrison, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2012-2013), Chair – graduated with M.A.
Alaina Raymor-Talboy, Psychology graduate student,
University of West Florida (2012-2013), Chair – graduated
with M.A.
Jennifer Albesa, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2011-2013), Chair– graduated with M.A.
University of Kentucky
George A. Day, University of Kentucky, Dept. of Gerontology.
March 2004-2006. Graduated with M.S. May 2007). Chair
Jeremy Mathenia. University of Kentucky . (Graduated with
M.S., May, 2006) Chair.
Master’s Thesis Committee
University of West Florida
Gary Graves, Psychology graduate student, University of West
Florida (2013-2014). Graduated with M.A.
Kimberly Chafin, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2013-2014). Graduated with M.A.
Kat Guterman, Psychology graduate student, University of
West Florida (2012-2013). Graduated with M.A.
University of Kentucky
Laura Stephens, University of Kentucky, Department of
Physiology, IBS Program, September 2009. Graduated with
M.S.
Kristen Hord, University of Kentucky, Physician Assistant
Program, July 2010-2011.
University of Kentucky
Lori Reynolds, Department of Gerontology. Oct. 2010- May
2012. (Graduated with Ph.D.).
Nicole Etter, Rehabilitation Sciences. Feb. 2010-Aug. 2011
Tina Kruger, Department of Gerontology. May 2009-May
2011 (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Amanda Sokan, Department of Gerontology. Oct. 2009- May
2011 (Graduated with Ph.D)
Fran Vorsky, Department of Gerontology. Sept. 2009-2011
Kathleen Schoch, Department of Physiology. Sept. 2009-2013.
(Graduated with Ph.D.)
Chris Simmons, Department of Physiology. May 2009-May
2011 (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Zohn Centrimole, Department of Nursing, April 2009-2012
Courtney Ortz, Department of Gerontology, August 2008-July
2013 (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Erin James, Department of Physiology, Feb. 2008-Dec. 2008.
(Graduated with Ph.D.)
Gong Chen, Department of Nutritional Sciences. August 2007December 2007, outside examiner. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Edward Chang, MD-PHD, Department of Microbiology and
Immunology. March 2007-August 2012.
Scott Shaffer, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences. March
2007- May 2007. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Keith Anderson, Department of Gerontology. March 2007May 2007. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Vidya Nukala, Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology. Jan 2006May 2007, outside examiner. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Erin Rutherford, Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology. Nov
2006-May 2007, outside examiner. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Jennifer Marcum, Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology.
May 2006-August 2006. (exited program 2006)
Yasemin Kaya-Congleton, Dept. of Microbiology and
Immunology. 2005, outside examiner. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Yu-Chin Lien, Dept. of Toxicology. 2005, outside examiner.
(Graduated with Ph.D.)
Amanda Jo Baker, Dept. of Physiology. July 2004-Dec. 2008.
(Graduated with Ph.D.)
Michelle Sama, Dept. of Pharmacology. June 2004-2007.
(Graduated with Ph.D.)
Matthew Garcia, Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology. Mar.
2004- May 2007. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
George A. Day, Dept. of Gerontology. Mar. 2004-2006.
(Mentor/Advisor). (Graduated with M.S. May 2007).
Josh Arnold, Dept. of Physiology. Mar. 2004-Dec 2004
(Graduated with M.S.)
Jeremy McIntyre, Dept. of Physiology. Oct. 2003-Nov. 2009.
(Graduated with Ph.D.)
Maile Brown, Dept. of Gerontology. June 2002-Jan. 2004
(Graduated with Ph.D.)
Adrian McCollum, Dept. of Physiology. July 2001-August
2003. (Graduated with Ph.D.)
Service Learning and Volunteer Mentorship (UWF)
Fall 2015
Jamie Droogsma, University of West Florida, Psychology
Bethany Adams, University of West Florida, Psychology
Summer 2015
Emily Speed, University of West Florida, Psychology
Bethany Adams, University of West Florida, Psychology
Stephanie Rogers, University of West Florida, Psychology
Spring 2015
Jessica Steele, University of West Florida, Psychology
Kelly Carlisle, University of West Florida, Psychology
Ashley Lee, University of West Florida, Psychology
Candace Smith, University of West Florida, Psychology
Bethany Adams, University of West Florida, Psychology
Fall 2014
Carly Williams, University of West Florida, Psychology
Summer 2014
Terry Knowles, University of West Florida, Psychology
Peggy King, University of West Florida, Psychology
Spring 2014
Charity Barger, University of West Florida, Psychology
Matt Pardo, University of West Florida, Psychology
Jessica Pelezo, University of West Florida, Psychology
Danielle Rominger, University of West Florida, Psychology
Fall 2013
Terri Daugherty, University of West Florida, Psychology
Summer 2013
Raquita Peasant, University of West Florida, Psychology
Spring 2013
Monika Hauck, University of West Florida, Psychology
Kara Love, University of West Florida, Psychology
Stephanie Coley, University of West Florida, Psychology
Raquita Peasant, University of West Florida, Psychology
Jessica Thurmond, University of West Florida, Psychology
ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
Journal Editor
2006-2008
Managing Editor, Frontiers in Bioscience
Grant Reviewer
Feb. 2012
Oct. 2011
Feb. 2008
Jan. 2008
April 2007-2010
April 2007-2010
May 2005-2010
March 2002
Ad hoc grant reviewer, AAAS Research Competitiveness Program
Ad hoc reviewer for University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension office
Ad-hoc Reviewer, Research Project Grants, Health Research Board of Ireland
Ad-hoc Reviewer, Department of Defense, TBI panel
Ad-hoc Reviewer, NIH
American Heart Association, Biomedical Sciences II
Ad-hoc reviewer, American Institute of Biological Sciences
US VA Merit Review
Ad-hoc Journal Reviewer
Advances in Pharmacology
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
Journal of Neuroscience
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Biochemical Pharmacology
Journal of Neurochemistry
Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Neurobiology of Aging
DEPARTMENT, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE
University of West Florida
March 2015-March 2016
August 2014-May, 2016
May 2014-December 2015
May 2014-May 2016
May-2014-January 2015
May 2014-January 2016
May 2014-May 2015
August 2011-present
November 2014-July 2015
April 2014 -June 2014
January 2014
December 2013-February 2014
October 2013-April 2014
May 2013-April 2016
January 2013-May 2013
December 2012-November 2014
August 2011-July 2015
August 2011-October 2014
University of Kentucky
May 2009-May 2010
May 2007-August 2011
2002-2007
College of Public Health
2010-2011
2009
2008-2009
2007-2011
2007
2005-2007
Member, Research Integrity Conference Steering Committee
Chair, Department of Public Health, Clinical and Health
Sciences
Graduate School Faculty Fellow
Faculty Advisor, UWF Graduate Student Association
Graduate Assistantship Research Taskforce (Chair)
Graduate Student Association (Faculty Advisor )
UWD Student Scholars Symposium (Co-leader)
Director, Center on Aging
Member, UWF Research Task Force
Chair, Program Review Committee, Clinical Lab Sciences
Member, University Faculty Personnel Committee
Chair, Program Review Committee, Haas Center
Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Psychology
Member, Nursing Leadership Advisory Council
Member, Nursing faculty search committee
Member, (Chair, 2013-2014) UWF Growth and Development
Committee
Member, School of Psychological and Behavioral
Sciences/Psychology Department Graduate Education
committee
Member, School of Allied Health and Life Sciences Advisory
Committee
Mentor for UK HealthCare Leadership Mentoring Program
Donovan Scholarship in Gerontology Committee
IBS Graduate Program Student Interviewer, University of
Kentucky
Member, Research Committee
Member, Six-year review committee for Gerontology
Chair, Academic Affairs Committee
Member, Academic Affairs Committee
Search committee member, Associate Dean of Admissions and
Student Affairs
Member, Admissions and Student Affairs Committee
Graduate Center for Gerontology
June 2009-2011
July 2008-2011
July 2004-2011
July 2004-July 2010
November 2003-2011
November 2003-2011
August 2003-July 2004
September 2002-July 2004
September 2002-2007
Director of Graduate Certificate Program
Director of Graduate Studies
Member, Administrative Council
Chair, Curriculum Committee
Member, Curriculum Committee
Member, Recruitment Committee, Co-chair 2009-2011
Member, Steering Committee
Member, Program Committee
Member, Faculty Search Committee
BOARD ACTIVITIES
January 2016-present
August 2015-present
January 2015-present
August 2013-July 2016
February 2013-present
October 2012-January 2015
September 2012-January 2015
Board Member, Speech and Hearing Board
Board Member, Florida Council on Aging (Area 1
Representative, since March 2016)
Board member, Covenant Care
Board Member, Foundation for Indigent Guardianship, Inc..
State of Florida
Board Member, West Florida Public Library Board of
Governance. Escambia County selection (renewed for second
term)
Board Member, Alzheimer Family Services Advisory Board
Board Member, Medical Center Clinic Advisory Board
OTHER ACTIVITIES
April 2015-present
January 2012 – present
March 2012-present
May 2013-June 2014
July 2013-June 2014
January 2013-2015
April 2012- April 2013
March 2008-2011
Dec 2007-2011
July 2007-2011
April, 2007
2006-2011
Member, Milton Senior Advisory Council, City of Milton, FL
Member, Adult Interagency Service Group
Judge, Science Olympiad. University of West Florida
Member, University of Alabama at Birmingham Geriatric
Education Center Faculty Scholars Program
Member, Leadership Pensacola. Pensacola Chamber of
Commerce
Alzheimer’s Association Ambassador, Florida Panhandle
Chapter
Member, Functional Needs Service Leadership Committee
Judge, Central Kentucky Regional Science and Engineering
Fair, Lexington, KY
Postdoctoral Research Day Judge, University of
Kentucky
Member, Graduate Faculty, University of Kentucky
External Reviewer for proposed PhD. Program in
Gerontology, Simon Fraser University,
Burnaby, BC
Associate Member of the Spinal Cord and Brain Injury
Research Center
2006-2007
2005- 2011
2003-2011
2001-2007
Activities Coordinator – Bluegrass Chapter Society for
Neuroscience, University of Kentucky
Sigma Phi Omega – Gamma Mu Chapter, Faculty Co-advisor,
University of Kentucky,
Cardiovascular Research Day Judge, Gill Heart Institute,
University of Kentucky
Associate Member of Graduate Faculty, University of
Kentucky
MEMBERSHIPS
2015-present
2011-present
2005-present
1993-present
2006-2011
2005-2011
1995-1997
1992-1994
Member, Florida Public Health Association
Member, Florida Council on Aging
Gerontological Society of America
Member, Society for Neuroscience
Member, Bluegrass Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience
Member and Faculty Co-advisor, Gamma Mu Chapter of
Sigma Phi Omega (Gerontology Honor Society)
Member, American Chemical Society
Member, American Society for Cell Biology
CLINICAL RESEARCH TRAINING
2016-2019
2016-2018
2016-2018
Good Clinical Practices (GCP), National Institutes of Health
Protecting Human Research Participants, National Institutes of
Health
Shipping Dangerous Goods, Mayo Clinic Laboratories

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