Mary E. Vore, PhD
Mary E. Vore, PhD co-director, Research Education, Training and Career Development (Professional and Graduate Student Research Training), is professor and chair, Graduate Center for Toxicology, College of Medicine. Dr. Vore’s clinically-related basic research focuses on regulation of transporters expressed in liver and enterocytes during pregnancy and lactation. She has served since 1994 as PI on an NIEHS T32 Training Program on Molecular Mechanisms of Toxicity that supports predoctoral students in toxicology. Now in its 20th year of support, this program is funded until 2010. Her research has been continually funded by the NIH since 1979, and she is currently the PI of two R01 grants. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed manuscripts and several reviews and book chapters. She has mentored 16 PhD students and 9 postdoctoral fellows, and is currently mentoring 3 doctoral and 2 postdoctoral scholars. Dr. Vore has served on NIH study sections, most recently as chair of the Xenobiotic and Nutrient Disposition and Action study section.