Dr. Barbara E. Goodman
Talk by Dr. Barbara E. Goodman
Dr. Barbara E. Goodman is presently working as Professor of Physiology at Basic Biomedical Sciences, School of Medicine at Sanford School of Medicine, University of South Dakota, USA. She is the originator of the application for SD BRIN/INBRE and has served as the principal investigator and director of the program since 2001. They are now in the 20th year of funding. The program supports research endeavors of faculty and undergraduate students at 7 predominantly undergraduate institutions or tribal colleges throughout South Dakota in addition to building biomedical research infrastructure in proteomics, bioinformatics, and nucleic acid sequencing and genotyping for researchers throughout South Dakota, the region, and the IDeA program. She recently served as one of the IDeA Central Region INBRE representatives on the National Association of IDeA Principal Investigators (NAIPI) Council. Formerly a respiratory membrane transport physiologist with an active research laboratory, her current scholarly activity is in physiology education. She is very active in the American Physiological Society having served on its Communications, Education, and Public Policy Committees and has been an elected member of the APS Council, formerly chair of the Teaching Section and the chair of the Communications Committee, a Fellow of the American Physiological Society, and is now editor-in-chief for Advances in Physiology Education.