Dr. Carolyn D'Arville is working as an Assistant Teaching Professor (CEO) in Division of Life Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA. During 2008-2015, she worked as Lecturer in Division of Life Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA. From 2007-2008, she worked as Program Director for CME Seminar Series-Gender and Ethnic Medicine and Visiting Lecturer in Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Drexel University College of Medicine, Pennsylvania, USA. Dr. Carolyn was also a Visiting Lecturer for Department of Natural Sciences in Desales University, Center Valley, Pennsylvania, USA. She completed her BS. in Microbiology from Surrey University, UK in 1974. Later in 1975, she graduated with MS. in Molecular Virology from Reading University, UK. In 1981, she graduated with Ph.D. in Reproductive Endocrinology/Cancer Research from Welsh National School of Medicine/University of London, UK. Dr. Carolyn was Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Biochemistry Department from Royal Free Hospital Medical School and Charing Cross Hospital Med. School, London, UK. She was Founder and President of Competitive Edge Technologies Inc., Mechanicsville, Pennsylvania, USA. She was Certified Radiation Specialist from University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, USA. Dr. Carolyn was a member of many professional organizations and committees. She is also Editorial Board member of several international journals. She has written many papers as corresponding author and has attended several international conferences. Dr. Carolyn's research areas include endocrinology, oncology, pathogenic microbiology and cell biology.
Dr. Carolyn's research areas include endocrinology, oncology, pathogenic microbiology and cell biology.
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