Dudley G. Moon, Ph.D.
Ph.D. in Physiology and Cell Biology, Albany Medical College
Courses Taught at ACPHS
General Biology I & II
General Biology II
Anatomy and Physiology I & II
Plant Biochemistry and Natural Products
Japanese Language and Culture Courses
Dr. Moon's general research interest is the application of biochemical, cellular, and morphological methods to physiological and pathophysiological questions. His current focus is on how body-mind interactions affect human health.
Mechanisms of Thrombosis and Hemostasis - Platelet-Leukocyte Interactions; Platelet structure and function.
Biological Effects of Natural Products - Especially Flavonoids and Arabinogalactans; Structure and Synthesis; Immunostimulant effects of Arabinogalactans; Cryoprotective Actions of Arabinogalactans
Moon, D.G., Integrative Medicine and Human Health. Abstracts of the First Annual ACPHS Research Symposium, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, 2011.
Fenton II, J.W., Jeske, J.L. Catalfamo, D.V. Brezniak, D.G. Moon, and G.X. Shen. Statin Drugs and Dietary Isprenoids Downregulate Protein Prenylation in Signal Transduction and are Antithrombotic and Prothrombotic Agents. Biochemistry (Moscov), 67: 85 - 91, 2002.