June 21, 2017

Jeffery H. Moran, PhD

Assistant Professor (Adjunct)
 

Education

2001 – Ph.D. (Toxicology/Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology), UAMS
1996 – BS, ACS  (Chemistry, Department of Physical Sciences), Arkansas Tech University

Research Interest

Dr. Moran received his doctorate in Toxicology from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in 2001
and an American Chemical Society (ACS) approved Bachelor of Science degree in 1996 from Arkansas Tech University .
Dr. Moran relies on educational and research experiences as well as consulting experiences in the areas of toxicology,
risk assessment, industrial hygiene, and emergency response to manage the environmental chemistry and chemical terrorism
laboratories. Dr. Moran is an active member of the ACS, Society of Toxicology (SOT), and Association of Public Health
Laboratories (APHL). He has chaired the Central Arkansas Section of the ACS and continues to serves as a chemical
terrorism resource for the SOT and on the Environmental Health Committee of the APHL. Currently he is an Assistant
Professor in Environmental and Occupational Health, College of Public Health at UAMS. His research interests include
defining mechanisms of cellular death and identifying sensitive biomarkers during chemical terrorism events.

Recent Publications:

Nowak, G., Grant D.F., and Moran J.M. (2004) Linoleic acid epoxide promotes the maintenance of mitochondrial function
and active Na + transport following hypoxia. Toxicology Letters 147:161-175.

Mitchell L.A., Moran J.H., and Grant D.F. (2002) Linoleic acid, 12,13-cis-epoxyoctadecenoic acid, and
12,13-dihydroxyoctadecadienoic acid are toxic to Sf-21 cells in the absence of albumin. Toxicology Letters 187-196 .

Moran J.H., Mitchell L.A., and Grant D.F. (2001) Linoleic acid prevents cellular lysis and chloride-influx associated
with mitochondrial dysfunction. Toxicology Applied Pharmacology 176:153-161.

Moran J.H., Nowak G., and Grant D.F. (2001) Analysis of the toxic effects of linoleic acid, 12,13-cis-epoxyoctadecenoic
acid, and 12,13-dihydroxyoctadecenoic acid in rabbit renal cortical mitochondria. Toxicology
Applied Pharmacology 172:150-161.

Moran J.H., Mon T., Hendrickson T.L., Mitchell L.A., and Grant D.F. (2001) Defining mechanisms of toxicity for
linoleic acid monoepoxides and diols in Sf-21 cells. Chemical Research in Toxicology 14:431-437.

Moran J.H., Mitchell L.A., Bradbury J.A., Zeldin D.C., Schnellmann R.G., and Grant D.F. (2000) Analysis of the
cytotoxic properties of linoleic acid metabolites produced by renal and hepatic P450s. Toxicology
Applied Pharmacology 168:268-79.

Moran J.H., Weise R., Schnellmann R.G., Freeman J.P., and Grant D.F. (1997) Cytotoxicity of linoleic acid diols
to renal proximal tubular cells. Toxicology Applied Pharmacology 146:53-59.

Moran J.H., Schnellmann R.G. (1997) Diverse cytoprotectants prevent cell lysis and promote recovery of respiration
and ion transport. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 234:275-277.

Moran J.H., Schnellmann R.G. (1996) A rapid b -NADH fluorescence assay for lactate dehydrogenase in cellular death.
J. Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods 36:41-44.