Timothy Denning, PhD
Director of Graduate Studies
Dr. Denning is a tenured full Professor at Georgia State University in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX and performed postdoctoral training at the La Jolla Institute and Emory Vaccine Center. His research has focused on the role of intestinal immune cells in the regulation of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. In addition to conducting ground-breaking research, Dr. Denning actively mentors students in the laboratory and teaches courses in immunology, professional development, and entrepreneurial aspects of biomedical science as part of the IBMS graduate program curriculum. Dr. Denning looks forward to working with undergraduate students in the Spring 2019 launch of the new Biomedical Science and Enterprise degree program.
Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Elizabeth is the Undergraduate Program Coordinator in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences. She earned her master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from Upper Iowa University. She is available to meet with prospective majors to answer their questions, determine if the program is a strong fit, and guide them through the major until graduation. Elizabeth is excited for this innovative Biomedical Science and Enterprise program to start in Spring 2019 and looks forward to connecting with undergraduate students.
Graduate Program Coordinator
T’Keyah is the Graduate Program Coordinator for the Institute for Biomedical Sciences. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Business from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is also currently working on a M.Ed in Higher Education Administration from Tiffin University. She is available to discuss the program fit, admissions procedures and answer any additional program-related questions.
Georgia State University
Institute for Biomedical Sciences
Attn: T’Keyah Johnson
P.O. Box 5035
Atlanta, GA 30303-5035