Bradley G. Klein, PhD
1985Post-doctoral NIH Fellowship in Neuroanatomy and NeurophysiologyRutgers Medical School and School of Osteopathic MedicineUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
1983PhD, BiopsychologyCity University of New York
1977BA, Psychology (Minor in Biology)State University of New York at Stony Brook
Dr. Klein’s research currently focuses on the role of pesticides as possible environmental triggers for neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, and psychiatric disorders, such as depression. He is also interested in the role of other environmental contaminants, such as manganese, in the etiology of Parkinson’s disease. His group uses a combination of liquid chromatography and immunocytochemical techniques to evaluate the neurochemical changes induced by these environmental agents. Being relatively new to the area of neurotoxicology, Dr. Klein also maintains an interest in the anatomical, physiological and neurochemical plasticity of the mammalian somatosensory system, which he has studied for the majority of his career.
For more information, please see Dr. Klein's personal web site.
1992 – PresentAssociate ProfessorBiomedical Sciences & PathobiologyVirginia-Maryland College of Veterinary MedicineBlacksburg, VA
1988 – 1992Assistant ProfessorBiomedical Sciences & PathobiologyVirginia-Maryland College of Veterinary MedicineBlacksburg, VA
1988 – 1992Adjunct Associate ProfessorCollege of Arts and SciencesDepartment of PsychologyVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA
1985 – 1988Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Pre-Clinical Medical EducationNew York College of Osteopathic MedicineOld Westbury, NY
1985 – 1988Postdoctoral Fellow in Neuroanatomy & NeurophysiologyDepartment of AnatomyUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyPiscataway, NJ
1979 – 1980Graduate InstructorDepartment of PsychologyHunter College of the City University of New YorkNew York, NY
1977 – 1980Graduate Teaching AssistantDepartment of PsychologyHunter College of the City University of New YorkNew York, NY
- Society for Neuroscience
- International Brain Research Organization
- Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience