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Eric Lewis, PhD


Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Clarion, PA



Ph.D., Molecular Medicine and Translational Science Graduate Program, Aug. 2007
Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences


BS (Biochemistry) and BA (Chemistry), 2001
North Carolina State University

Research Interest:

I studied the interactions of certain phospholipids with the flavocytochrome b558 component of NADPH oxidase in human neutrophils. Certain protein defects in NADPH oxidase have been linked to Chronic Granulomous Disease which involved the inability of the body to clear certain types of infection. My research is involved in this method of clearance.


Lewis EM, Singla M, Sergeant S, Koty PP, McPhail LC. X-linked chronic granulomatous disease secondary to skewed X chromosome inactivation in a female with a novel CYBB mutation and late presentation. Clin Immunol. 2008 Nov;129(2):372-80.

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