Dr. Gregory S. ErianneAcademic Rank:
Biology and ChemistryDivision:
Health and Natural SciencesHired:
B.A. Professional Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
B.A. Zoology, Rutgers University
M.S. Experimental Pathology, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Ph. D. Experimental Pathology, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Certificate in Healthcare Informatics, Bioinformatiics/Biotechnology, UMDNJ-School of Health Related ProfessionsMilitary Service:
U.S. Army (1972-1975)
Honors and Awards:
NISOD Excellence in Teaching Award (2001)
Cancer Training Grant , National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD (1996-1998)
Graduated Summa Cum Laude: Rutgers University (1983), UMDNJ-SHRP (1998)
Tsiagbe, V.K., D-J. Zhang, G.S. Erianne, N.M. Ponzio, G.J. Thorbecke, and G. Ihghiami. Germinal center derived lymphomas in humans and mice. In The Biology of Germinal Centers in Lymphoid Tissues. G.J. Thorbecke and V.K. Tsiagbe, eds. 1998. Landes Bioscience, Georgetown, TX.
Fitzgerald, D. and G. Erianne. Managing References the Easy Way. The Scientist, 16(1), 43-46, 2002.
Sen, Namita, W.J. Simmons, R.J. Thomas, G.S. Erianne, D.J. Zhang, N.S. Jaggeli, C. Huang, X. Xiong, V.K. Tsiagbe, N.M. Ponzio, G.J. Thorbecke. META-Controlled env-Initiated Transcripts Encoding Superantigens of Murine Mtv29 and Mtv7 and Their Possible Role in B Cell Lymphomagenesis. Journal of Immunology, 166, 5422-5429, 2001.
Erianne, G.S., J.Wajchman, R. Yaunch, V.K. Tsiagbe, B.S. Kim, and N.M. Ponzio. B Cell lymphomas of C57L/J mice; the role of Natural Killer cells and T helper cells in lymphoma development and growth. Leukemia Research, 24, 705-718, 2000.
Fadem, B.H. and G.S. Erianne, and L.M. Karen. The Hormonal Control of Scent Marking and Pre-copulatory Behavior in Male Gray Short-tailed Opossums (Monodelphis Domestica). Hormones and Behavior, 23(3), 381-392, 1989.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (since 1995)
Human Anatomy & Physiology Society (since 2003)
Dr. Greg Erianne is a New Jersey native and joined CCM in 2012. Prior to coming to CCM, he taught Anatomy & Physiology at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, CT (1999-2012) and Bioinformatics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-School of Health Related Professions (1998-1999). When he is not teaching, Dr. Erianne enjoys reading, writing fiction, and keeping up with the latest developments in home theater and consumer electronics.