J. Charles Eldridge, PhD
|J. Charles Eldridge, PhD|
|Dept. of Physiology & Pharmacology|
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27157-1083
BA (1965) - North Central College, Naperville, IL
MS (1967) - Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
PhD (1971) - Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA
endocrinology, endocrine toxicology, steroid hormone biochemistry and receptor
Activities in Medical
& Graduate Education
Education (pre-clinical phases): member of Core Education Faculty
group, Instructor of physiology and pharmacology in Systems Pathophysiology
courses of Endocrinology and Women’s
Health, member and case author for committee on Case Centered Learning, member
of the Bridge Curriculum Team, manager of learning resources in pharmacology
for the Systems Pathophysiology courses.
Member of institutional Committee on Student Professionalism and
Member of faculty of PhD tracks in Neuroscience and Integrative Physiology
& Pharmacology. Instructor of
endocrine physiology and pharmacology in the core curriculum. Director of Grad 713-714: a school-wide
graduate student course series on responsible conduct of research, professionalism
and integrity, bioethics and social responsibility.
Brief Summary of Research
lab is no longer active. Over a period
spanning four decades our basic research theme was the study of mammalian hormones
and endocrine systems, principally those involved with reproduction. We investigated aspects of hormone action and
secretion in a variety of problem areas, including growth and development,
aging, substance abuse, stress, and toxicology.
The rapidly expanding field of endocrine toxicology was our most recent
Please use the menu above for more information about Dr. Eldridge.