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Lynetta Jobe, DVM, PhD

Associate Professor of -Pharmacology

UGA Health Sciences Campus
1425 Prince Avenue
Room R154
Athens, Georgia 30606

ljobe@uga.edu

706-713-2213 (Work)

706-713-2221 (Fax)

Academic Appointments

2012 - Present Associate Professor of Pharmacology GRU/UGA Medical Partnership
2012 - Present Associate Professor of Pharmacology GRU/UGA Medical Partnership
2010 - 2012 Assistant Professor University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
2010 - 2012 Assistant Professor University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
2003 - 2010 Assistant Professor Mercer University
2003 - 2010 Assistant Professor Mercer University

Education

1986; 1988 BS North Carolina State University
1988 BS North Carolina State University
1992 DVM Tuskegee University
1992 DVM Tuskegee University
1996 MS North Carolina State University
1996 MS North Carolina State University
1997 Residency, Large Animal Anesthesiology Auburn University
1997 Residency, Large Animal Anesthesiology Auburn University
2001 Fellowship, NHLBI Auburn University
2001 Fellowship, NHLBI Auburn University
2002 PhD Auburn University
2002 PhD Auburn University

Bio

Dr. Lynetta Jobe completed her Bachelor of Science degrees in Animal Science and Biology at North Carolina State University.  Following completion of her undergraduate studies, she went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Tuskegee University, Masters of Science degree in Pharmacology from North Carolina State University, and Doctor of Philosophy degree from Auburn University.

As a graduate student and National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Jobe investigated the pathophysiology of left ventricular remodeling in congestive heart failure.  Laters, as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Surgery at Emory University's Carlyle Fraser Heart Center, she studied mechanisms of myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury and myocardial contractile dysfunction, as well as new therapeutic approaches to attenuate myocardial injury resulting from myocardial ischemia, catheter-based angioplasty, and cardiac bypass surgery.

Dr. Jobe has previously served as a faculty member at Auburn University, Mercer University, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore where she was involved in teaching at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional school levels.  She joined the GRU/UGA Medical Partnership faculty in November 2012.