Professor of Biology
Dr. Amy Nolan-Roney received her PhD in Cell and Molecular Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics from The Medical University of South Carolina in 1999. She was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the Department of Defense to continue her research in the area of cooked food mutagens and their relationship to breast cancer development.
After serving as an adjunct for CSU, while doing research at MUSC, Dr. Nolan felt called into full time Christian Higher Education. She has now been teaching at CSU for 15 years, and was a recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award.
She currently serves as the Pre-Pharmacy advisor and the faculty advisor to the Pre-Pharmacy club. Dr. Nolan teaches a variety of courses to include: Anatomy and Physiology, Introduction to Pharmacology, Nutrition, Life Science for Educators and Medical Terminology.
She received her BS in Biology in 1994 from Charleston Southern University, and is very proud to be a CSU alumnus.
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