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Name: David S. Mallory
Title: Professor and Interim Chairman
Office: Biological Sciences/COS
Phone: 304-696-2353
Expert: Reproductive Physiology

Creative Works:

Awarded grants:

1.EPSCoR Mini-Grant, May 2000, West Virginia EPSCoR Committee $3,500.

2. Adam Software, June 1998, A.D.A.M. Software, Inc, Atlanta, GA $19,900 Purchased ADAM software products for use in BSC 227 and BSC 228. This grant was co-authored with Jonathan Brown, School of Nursing and Dr. Suzanne Strait, Department of Biological Sciences

3. Enhancing BSC 227/228 with Computers, February 1996, MU Greatest Needs Award (Drs. Hight & Strait coauthors) $30,256.00. This award provided computers and internet connection for room S279

4. Instrumentation for Physiology Laboratory, April 1993. Huntington Foundation $18,121.00. This award provided instructional equipment for BSC 228.

5. Brain Chemicals that Control Reproduction, April 1991. Huntington Foundation $8,814.00. This award provided 6 Pharmacia peristaltic pumps for use in push-pull perfusion experiments.

Research Based:
Conference Presentations:
Posters presented at professional meetings:

Porres, P.J. and Mallory, D.S. 2000. Effect of inhibiting nitric oxide synthase on reproductive cycles of rats. ASB Bulletin 47:48 Abstract 1.

Weldon, S.B. and Mallory, D.S. 2000. Effect of forced running on fertility in rats.ASB Bulletin 47:48 Abstact 2.

York, J.M., Taylor, Z., Moore, J.W. and Mallory, D.S. 1995. Effect of EOP receptors on social interaction and secretion of gonadotropic hormones in female rats. Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Science 67:36
Poster 5

Mallory, D.S. and Webb, J.A. 1992. Effects of running on fertility in female rats. Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Science 64.

Webb, Jeffery and Mallory, David S. 1992. Running reduced fertility in female rats. ASB Bulletin 39:92. Abstract 83.

Donnelly, P.J., Mallory, D.S. and Dailey, R.A. 1989. TRH augments GnRH-induced release of LH in ovariectomized pituitary stalk-transected ewes. Biology of Reproduction 40 (Supplement) 1:102 Abstract 165.

Mallory, D.S., Bona-Gallo, A. and Gallo, R.V. 1989. Neurotransmitter involvement in naloxone-induced stimulation of pulsatile LH release on day 8 of pregnancy in the rat. Biology of Reproduction 40, (Supplement) 1:99 Abstract 156.

Larson, G.H., Mallory, D.S., Lewis, P.E., Dailey, R.A. and Inskeep, E.K. 1987. Effects of bovine follicular fluid (BFF) on follicular development following pituitary stalk-transection in ewes. Journal of Animal Science 65 (Supplement) 1:379 Abstract 440.

Mallory, D.S. and Dailey, R.A. 1985. Effect of pituitary stalk-transection on luteal function in the cycling ewe. 77th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Animal Science, Northeast Section.
Invited Presentations:
Invited Seminars:

1. Hormones of the Adrenal Cortex. May 1998. Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, San Francisco, CA

2. Hypothalamic Control of Gonadotropin Secretion. June 2000. Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

3. Impaired Memory in Rats Gestationally Exposed to Alcohol. November 2002. Lewiston-Auburn College, Lewiston, ME

Professional/Community Based Service:
Member B.P.O Elks, Huntington Lodge 313, 1999-current

I was an officer in this organization for 2 years. I served as the chair of the scholarship committee and made contacts with area guidance counselors for the distribution of scholarship applications. I chaired the committee which reviewed and made recommendations for student awards. I coordinated the end of the year banquet recognizing these awardees.

Guest of the Tom Roten Show WVAH News Radio 800 AM August 23, 2001 I provided information on stem cell research on this live radio broadcast. I answered questions from the host and from callers to the show. This provided one of the only live on-air discussions of this very important issue in the greater Huntington area.

Member of WV Radiation Emergency Response Team, Trained July 2000. I ran the computer program estimating the biological impact of a mock radiation release from the Beaver Valley Nuclear Reactor. This exercise occurred in the emergency response office at the WV State House in Charleston. Observers from the NRC were in attendance and wrote reviews of our performance. We had to not only do our assigned tasks, but answer questions from the review team. This importance of this team can not be overstated if an accident at this power-plant ever occurs.
Book Chapter Reviews:
Saunders Publishing Company: Human Physiology, Rhoades and Pflanzer, 3rd ed. --chapters 31, 32, 33

W.C. Brown Publishers: Human Physiology, Fox, 5th ed. --chapter 20

W.C.Brown/McGraw-Hill: Introduction to the Development of Multicellular Animals and Plants. Chapters 3 & 4 (1997)

Marshall and Shirley Reynolds Outstanding Teacher Award
2009-2010 Academic year awardee.

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