Gerald J. Pepe, PhD

<p>Ph.D., University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 6/70</p>
<p>M.S., Northeastern University, Boston, MA, 6/67</p>

Chairman

Physiological Sciences


Lewis Hall

757.446.5619

pepegj@evms.edu


Dr. Pepe came to EVMS in 1978 as an Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology.  He was named Professor and Chair in in 1985 and served in that position until 2005.  He also served as Associate Dean of Research from 1995 to 1997.  He was appointed Dean and Provost from 2004-2012.  He returned as Chair of Physiological Sciences in 2011 where he continues to teach and perform research.

Faculty Appointments

Professor and Chair, Physiological Sciences

Office Hours

By appointment only

Lewis Hall, Room 2060

Direct Phone: 757.446.5616

Fax: 757.624.2269

Undergraduate Degree

B.A., Providence College, Providence, RI, 6/65

Fellowship

Senior Staff Fellow, Div. of Child Health, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1972-1978

Graduate Education

Ph.D., University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 6/70

M.S., Northeastern University, Boston, MA, 6/67

Lab Location

Jones Institute, Room 340 and Room 346

Phone: 757.446.5716

Fax: 757.624.2269

Research Interests

The high incidence of human neonatal morbidity and mortality associated with low birth weight and prematurity as well as impact of the ever increasing exposure of humans to environmental endocrine disruptors indicates need for more intensive study of the mechanisms underlying the development of the primate placenta and fetus.  Read more...

Presentations and Scholarships

Contact Dr. Pepe

Dr. Pepe - Selected Publications (from list of 155)

See additional publications for Dr. Pepe on PubMed

Faculty Appointments

Professor and Chair, Physiological Sciences

Office Hours

By appointment only

Lewis Hall, Room 2060

Direct Phone: 757.446.5616

Fax: 757.624.2269

Undergraduate Degree

B.A., Providence College, Providence, RI, 6/65

Fellowship

Senior Staff Fellow, Div. of Child Health, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1972-1978

Graduate Education

Ph.D., University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 6/70

M.S., Northeastern University, Boston, MA, 6/67

Lab Location

Jones Institute, Room 340 and Room 346

Phone: 757.446.5716

Fax: 757.624.2269

Research Interests

The high incidence of human neonatal morbidity and mortality associated with low birth weight and prematurity as well as impact of the ever increasing exposure of humans to environmental endocrine disruptors indicates need for more intensive study of the mechanisms underlying the development of the primate placenta and fetus.  Read more...

Presentations and Scholarships

Contact Dr. Pepe

Dr. Pepe - Selected Publications (from list of 155)

See additional publications for Dr. Pepe on PubMed

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