Miriam L. Greenberg, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Biological Sciences

Wayne State University

mgreenberg@wayne.edu

(313) 577-5202

 

Address:

Department of Biological Sciences

4105 Biological Sciences Building

5047 Gullen Mall

Detroit, MI 48202

 

Research Areas:

  • Function and homeostasis of lipids

  • Role of cardiolipin in mitochondrial and cellular function

  • Functions of cardiolipin as physiological modifiers of Barth syndrome

  • Regulation of synthesis and function of inositol

  • Cellular consequences of inositol depletion

  • Therapeutic mechanisms of inositol depleting drugs

 

Education:

B.A.

Biology

Reed College

M.S.

Microbiology

Loyola University

Ph.D.

Genetics

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Postdoc

Molecular Biology

Harvard University

 

 

Awards:

WSU Academy of Scholars Inductee

2018

Weizmann Institute of Science Belkin Faculty Fellowship

2016-2017

WSU OVPR Faculty Postdoc Award

2014

WSU Board of Governors Distinguished Faculty Fellowship

2012-2013

WSU College of Science Teaching Award

2004

WSU Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award

2004

Neufeld Memorial Research Award, U.S. Israel Binational Science Foundation

2002

Dozor Fellowship, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

2000-2001

Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Fellowship

2000-2001

WSU Career Development Chair

1995-1996