Dr. Davy Jones, Ph.D.
Professor Jones is a long-time member of the teaching and research faculty of the toxicology program. He teaches a senior undergraduate/graduate course in environmental, forensic and regulatory toxicology, and actively participated in a long-running university undergraduate seminar in forensic sciences. A member of the Endocrine Society, his research interests are in identifying endocrine pathways unique to insects that can serve as targets for the development of environmentally safer means to control medical insect pests. Dr. Jones is a co-founder of this Master of Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics degree and is the inaugural Director of the Forensic Toxicology Concentration.
Dr. Isabel Mellon, Ph.D.
Professor Mellon is a long-time member of the teaching and research faculty of the Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology. She teaches graduate courses in Molecular Biology and Genetics, Advanced Nucleic Acids and Ethics in Scientific Research and an undergraduate honors course in Ethics, Science and Society. Her scientific research has focused on molecular and genetic mechanisms of DNA repair pathways and their relationships to human disease and heritable genetic disorders. Dr. Mellon is a co-founder of this Master of Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics degree and she is the inaugural Director of the Forensic/Analytical Genetics Concentration.