TTUHSC School of Allied Health Sciences

Ericka Hendrix M.S. CLSp (MB)

Instructor and Clinical Coordinator

EDUCATION

  • 1997 B.S. Biology, minor in Chemistry and German- Texas Tech University-Lubbock, TX
  • 2003 M.S. Molecular Pathology- Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center- Lubbock, TX

RESEARCH

Examination of the relative expression of genes believed to be differentially expressed in rats with diabetic nephropathy; in collaboration with K. Wyatt MacMahon, Ph.D. in internal medicine.

PUBLICATIONS

“Designing  a 21st Century Molecular Pathology Degree Program”
Ericka Hendrix, Lori Rice-Spearman, and Tootie Tatum
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Allied Health Sciences

Presented at CLEC, 2008 and TACLS 2008

Tatum T, Hendrix E, (2006) “Training Technologists for the Genomic Age”

Clinical Laboratory Science, 19(3):148-152.

Hewetson A, Hendrix EC, Mansharamani M, Lee VH, Chilton BS(2002) “Identification of the RUSH consensus-binding site by cyclic amplification and selection of targets: demonstration that RUSH mediates the ability of prolactin to augment progesterone-dependent gene expression.”  Molecular Endocrinology, 16(9): 2101-12.

Hendrix E, Hewetson A, Mansharamani M, Chilton BS (2001) “Oviductin (MUC9) is expressed in rabbit endocervix.” Endocrinology, 142(5): 2151.

Chilton BS, Hewetson A, Devine J, Hendrix E, Mansharamani M (2000) “Uteroglobin gene transcription: what’s the RUSH?” Annals New York Academy of Science, 923: 166-180. Review.

Perea NH, Hartmann EC, A. Scott Holaday (1995) “Regulation of cotton photosynthesis during moderate chilling.” Plant Science, 111:133-143

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