Dr. Kimberly Mitchell
Professor of Biology
Center for Natural Sciences, Room 155
- Ph.D., University of Virginia
- M.S., University of Virginia
- B.S., Liberty University
Dr. Mitchell’s research interests include nucleoside diphosphate kinase (NDPK), a protein involved in many cellular functions and linked to cancer, and primary cilia, cellular organelles involved in development and kidney disease.
- BIOL 101 General Biology (online)
- BIOL 213/214 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
- BIOL 215/216 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
- BIOL 385 Advanced Human Physiology
- BIOL 400 Biology Seminar
- BIOL 415 Cell Biology
- BIOM 515 Human Physiology
- Mitchell, K.A.P. (2013). Isolation of primary cilia by sheer force. Current Protocols in Cell Biology, 3.42.1-3.42.9.
- Detwiler, C.D., K.A.P. Mitchell and N. Reichenbach (2011). Life by Design. Cengage Publishing Co., Mason, OH. ISBN: 1-111-21991-5
- Mitchell, K.A.P., G. Szabo, and A. S. Otero (2009). Methods for the isolation of sensory and primary cilia-an overview. Methods in Cell Biology, 94:87-101.
- Mitchell, K.A.P., G. Szabo and A. de S. Otero (2009). Direct binding of cytosolic NDP kinases to membrane lipids is regulated by nucleotides. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1793:469-476.
- Mitchell, K.A.P., B.C. Gallagher, G. Szabo and A. de S. Otero (2004). NDP kinase moves into developing primary cilia. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 59:62-73.
- Gallagher, B.C., K.A. Parrott, G. Szabo and A. de S. Otero (2003). Receptor activation regulates cortical, but not vesicular localization of NDP kinase. Journal of Cell Science 116:3239-3250.