Pamela Padilla | Department of Biological Sciences

Pamela Padilla

Pamela Padilla
Associate Professor
Dr. Padilla's research interests include developmental genetics and cell cycle regulation.

Dr. Pam Padilla teaches classes in the following subjects: Stress physiology, Genetics, and Eukaryotic Genetics


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Biology/Molecular Genetics, University of New Mexico
  • Bachelor of Science, Biology, University of New Mexico

Selected Publications

  • Environmental and Genetic Preconditioning for Long-Term Anoxia Responses Requires AMPK in Caenorhabditis elegans (2011).
  • NPP-16/Nup50 Function and CDK-1 Inactivation Are Associated with Anoxia-induced Prophase Arrest in Caenorhabditis elegans (2010).
  • A reduction in ovulation or the male sex phenotype increases long-term anoxia survival in a daf-16 independent manner in Caenorhabditis elegans . (2009, first published Dec. 2, 2008- Epub ahead of print)

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