Dr. Paul Madtes, Jr.
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- Ph.D. Trinity Theological Seminary, Biblical Counseling, 1990.
- Ph.D. Texas A & M University, Biochemistry, 1980.
- M.S. Texas A & M University, Biophysics, 1978.
- B.A. Eastern Nazarene College, Chemistry, 1976.
- Professor of Biology, 1997 to present; Chairman, Department of Biology, 1993 to present.
- Associate Professor of Biology, 1989 to 1997.
- Adjunct Faculty, Trinity Theological Seminary, 1989 to present.
- Adjunct Faculty, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, 1990 to present.
- NIH (NEI) Postdoctoral Fellow, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 1980 -1982.
- NIH (NEI) Training Grant Postdoctoral Fellow, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 1982.
- NEI Staff Fellow, National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health, 1983 -1985.
- Assistant Professor of Biology and of Chemistry, Point Loma Nazarene College, 1985-1989.
Awards and Recognition:
- The American Society for Neurochemistry
- The International Society for Neurochemistry
- Project Kaleidoscope Faculty for the 21st Century
- Co-organizer of Conference on Bioethical Issues
- Society for Neuroscience
- International Society for Developmental Neuroscience
Selected Publications and Presentations:
- International Who’s Who of Professionals 2000
- Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers 2002
- MVNU Recruitment Award 2003
- NSF International Travel Award, 1981.
- Outstanding Young Men of America, 1982.
- Schrader Club (Chemistry Alumni - ENC), Board of Directors: 1984-1986.
- Men of Achievement, 1985.
- Scientific Advisory Board, Familial Alzheimer's Disease Research Foundation, 1986.
- Lilly Faculty Development Award, 1990, 1991.
- NIH 3-year Research Grant (Co-Investigator), 1992.
- Original Papers
- Madtes, Paul C. Jr., and James S. King. “Distribution of cholecystokinin binding sites in the opossum cerebellum.” The Journal of Chemical Anatomy 7:105-112 (1994).
- Madtes, Paul C. Jr., and James S. King. “Distribution of corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) binding sites in the adult opossum cerebellum” Neuropeptides 28:51-58 (1995).
- Madtes, Paul C. Jr., and James S. King. “The temporal and spatial development of corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) binding sites and CRF afferents in the opossum cerebellum” The Journal of Chemical Anatomy 11:231-241 (1996).
- King, James S., Paul Madtes Jr., Georiga A. Bishop, and Tracie L. Overbeck. “The Distribution of Corticotropin-Releasing Factor (CRF), CRF Binding Sites, and CRF1 Receptor mRNA in the Mouse Cerebellum.” Progress in Brain Research 114:55-66 (1997).
- Madtes, Paul Jr. and James S. King. “The Temporal and Spatial Development of CRF Binding Sites in the Postnatal Mouse Cerebellum.” Neuroscience Research 34:45-50 (1999).
- Madtes Paul Jr., and Arnold Hyndman. “What About Biomedical Research?” IN: Totally Sufficient. E. Hindson & H. Eyrich, eds., Harvest House Publishers, Eugene, OR, 1997, pp. 165-190.
- Hyndman, Arnold and Paul Madtes Jr. “Bioethics on the College Campus” IN: Bioengagement: Making a Christian Difference through Bioethics Today. N. Cameron, S. Daniels and B. White, eds., Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, MI, (2000), pp. 89-99.
- King, J.S., P.C. Madtes Jr., and G.A. Bishop. “Cholecystokinin (CCK): evidence that it may function as a cerebellar modulator.” Spring Brain Conference. Miami, FL, 1992.
- Madtes, P.C. Jr., G.A. Bishop, and J.S. King. “Autoradiographic localization of cholecystokinin (CCK) binding sites in adult opossum cerebellum.” Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 18:357.9. Anaheim, CA, 1992.
- Madtes, P.C. Jr., and J.S. King. “Autoradiographic localization of corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) binding sites in adult opossum cerebellum.” Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 19:499.4. Washington, DC, 1993.
- King, James S. and Paul C. Madtes Jr. “The localization of corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) binding sites during Purkinje cell migration.” Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 19:499.5. Washington, DC, 1993.
- Overbeck, T. M. Black, P. Madtes, Jr., and J. S. King. “Distribution of corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) binding sites and immunoreactivity in the C57BL/6J and reeler mouse cerebellum.” Experimental Biology 94 Anaheim CA, 1994.
- King, J. S., G.A. Bishop, and P. C. Madtes Jr. “CRF axons and binding sites in the reeler cerebellum.” Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 20:714.1. Miami, FL, 1994.
- King, J.S., J.D. Oberdick, P.C. Madtes, Jr., R. W. Burry, G. Neigh, C. Kirkpatrick, L. Maxam and G.A. Bishop “Distribution of corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) and CRF-1 and CRF-2 receptors in the cerebellum of a transgenic FVB/N mouse.” Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 24:818.9. Los Angeles, CA, 1998.
- King, J.S., B.K. Ha, R.W. Burry, P.C. Madtes, Jr., and G.A. Bishop. “Evidence that corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) changes roles in the developing mouse cerebellum." European Journal of Neuroscience Abstracts 12: Supplement 11:300. Brussels, BELGIUM, 2000.
- Madtes, P.C. Jr., K.H. Lee, J.S. King, and R.W. Burry. “Corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) protects cultured GABAergic cerebellar neurons from AraC induced toxicity.” Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 28:73.6. New Orleans, LA, 2003.
- Lectures & Symposia Presentations by Invitation:
- GABA as a Trophic Factor,” given at the Indiana University School of Medicine, 22 January 1990.
- Biblical Look at the Creation/Evolution Question,” given at the Trinity Theological Seminary, November, 1990 Colloquium and November, 1991 Colloquium.
- The Role of Corticotropin Releasing Factor in Adult and Developing Cerebellum,” given at Cedarville College, 21 November 1994.
- Hyndman, Arnold, and Paul Madtes Jr. “Making a Difference on the College/University Campus.” Bannockburn, IL, July 19, 1999.
- “Scientific Advancement: Is Society Benefiting?” given at Temple Christian Science Day Banquet, Lima, OH, 06 March 2004.