Lynetta Jobe, PhD

Lynetta Jobe, PhD

Lynetta Jobe, PhD
Lynetta Jobe, PhD

Associate Professor of Pharmacology

Russell Hall 158

1425 Prince Avenue

Athens, GA 30602



Current credentials




PhD, Biomedical Sciences, Auburn University Auburn Alabama

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University Tuskegee Alabama

BS Biology, North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina

BS Animal Science, North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina

Honors / Awards / Achievements

Exemplary Teaching Award

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Fellow

Outstanding Minority Graduate Student Award

CDC Research Fellow

Selected Publications

Patel N, Richard A, Ubale R, Uddin MN, D’Souza M, Jobe LJ. The Effect of Antisense to NF-κB in an Albumin Microsphere Formulation on the Progression of Left-Ventricular Remodeling Associated with Chronic Volume Overload in Rats, Journal of Drug Targeting, 22 (9): 796-804, 2014.

Ryan GJ and Jobe LJ. Age-related androgen deficiency and type 2 diabetes,Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 24 (3): 316-322, 2011.

Jobe LJ, Melendez GC, Levick SP, Du Y, Brower GL, and Janicki JS. TNF-alpha Inhibition Attenuates Adverse Remodeling in a Rat Model of Chronic Volume Overload, American Journal of Physiology, Heart Circulation Physiology, 297 (94): H1462-8, 2009.

Scholarship & Research

Medical education


Congestive heart failure

Ischemia-reperfusion injury

Cardiac remodeling

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