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Dr. Jon B. Scales

Email Addresses

Assistant Professor

Office Location
Bolin Hall 218E
Voice: (940) 397-4297
Fax: (940) 397-4831
  Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2018 BIOL 3334 101 Genetics Bolin Hall 209

Lecture:  TR 1100-1220
Lab: MT 1400-1650

Details Fall 2018 BIOL 1114 101 Life I: Concepts of Cellular and Molecular Biology McCoy Engineering Hall 136

Lecture:  TR 0800-0920

Labs:  TWR 1330-11520   & 1600-1650

Institution Degree Graduation Date
Midwestern State University B.S., (Chemistry and Biology) 1988
University of Texas Health Science Center Houston, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Houston, TX Ph.D. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 1993
Institution Position Start Date End Date
Sect. on Vertebrate Development, Lab of Mol. Genetics, NICHD, NIH Postdoctoral fellow 1993 1997
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, 1997 2003
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, 2003

Winning RS, Ward EK, ScalesJB, and Walker GK,. 2002. EphA4 catalytic activity causes inhibition of RhoA GTPase in Xenopus laevis embryos. Differentiation 70:46-55.

Winning, R.S., Scales, J.B. and Sargent, T.D. 1996. Disruption of cell adhesion in Xenopus embryos by Pagliaccio, an Eph-class receptor tyrosine kinase. Dev. Biol. 179:309-319.

Scales, J.B., Winning, R.S. Renaud, C.S., Shea, L.J. and Sargent, T.D. 1995. Novel members of the eph receptor tyrosine subfamily expressed in Xenopus development. Oncogene, 11:1745-1752.

Gaffin, R.D.,  J.B. Scales, and R.L. Cate. 1995. Kallikrein-like enzyme from the venom of  Crotalus basiliscus basiliscus (Serpentes: Crotalidae). Texas J. Sci. 47:53-61.