David A Prentice
Catholic University of America, John Paul II Institute, Family Research Council, USA
Dr. David A Prentice is Senior Fellow for Life Sciences at Family Research Council, Adjunct Professor of Molecular Genetics John Paul II Institute Catholic University of America. Previously he spent almost 20 years as Professor of Life Sciences at Indiana State University and Adjunct Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics Indiana University School of Medicine and received the University’s Distinguished Teaching Award and Distinguished Service Award. He received his PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Kansas Lawrence KS 1978 to 1981. He completed his BS in Cell Biology at the University of Kansas Lawrence KS in 1978. He received the Walter C Randall Award in Biomedical Ethics from the American Physiological Society. He published over 30 papers and 8 book chapters and reviewed for journals including the Journal of the American Medical Association and Experimental Cell Research. Since 2000 he has given over 500 invited talks on stem cells and bioethics.
His research focuses on Signal Transduction & Gene Expression, Chromatin Structure & Function, Cell Growth, Differentiation & Development, Bioethics and Science Policy.