Department of Physiology and Pharmacology
- Cellular mechanisms of Botulinum neurotoxins
Dr. Coffield’s research interests focus on neurotoxic agents that alter synaptic transmission. In particular, she studies the actions of toxins such as the Clostridial neurotoxins (Botulinum and Tetanus) at the mammalian neuromuscular junction.
- DVM (1989) University of Wisconsin–Madison
- PhD (1991) University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program, Director
- Biomedical Health Sciences Institute, member
- Community of Science, member
- Regenerative Biomedicine Center, member
- Society for Neuroscience, member & UGA Chapter past president
- Southeastern Chapter of the Society of Toxicology, member
- Veterinary Toxicology, Course Coordinator
- Mammalian Cell Physiology, Course Coordinator
- Organ Systems Toxicology
- Publications by Dr. Coffield may be found at PubMed.