Margaret A. Nordlie, D.A.
Professor of Biology
- Doctor of Arts, Biology, University of North Dakota
- M.S., Genetics, University of Minnesota
- B.S.N., Nursing, University of North Dakota
Dr. Nordlie’s interests include genetics (particularly human and behavior genetics), and physiology/pathophysiology. Past research projects have focused on the possible induction of chromosome abnormalities by different genetic subtypes of the blood protein transferrin, and the effects of particulates in air pollution on cardiac function.
- Nordlie, M. (2015.) "Principles of medical genetics" presented at NDSU Sanford School of Nursing, March 2015.
- Nordlie, M., Condic, S., Klein, J., Maloney, Fr. D. (2012). “A question of ethics: medicine and individual rights.” University of Mary Convocation Series, March 2012.
- Nordlie, M.A. (2010). "Using problem-based learning to teach concepts of physiology." Presented at the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society National Conference, Denver, CO, May 2010.
- Nordlie M.A., Wold LE, Simkhovich BZ, Sesti C, and Kloner RA. (2006). Molecular aspects of ischemic heart disease: ischemia/reperfusion-induced genetic changes and potential applications of gene and RNA interference therapy. J Cardiovasc Pharmacol Therapeut, 11, pp. 17-30.
- Wold LE, Simkhovich BZ, Kleinman MT, Nordlie MA, Dow JS, Sioutas C and Kloner RA (2006). In vivo and in vitro models to test the hypothesis of particle-induced effects on cardiac function and arrhythmias. Cardiovascular Toxicology, 6, 69-78.
- Nordlie, M.A., Wold, L.E., and Kloner, R.A. (2005). Genetic contributors toward increased risk for ischemic heart disease. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, 39, pp. 667-669.