Tim Veenstra, PhDAssociate Professor of Pharmaceutical Science
Dr. Timothy Veenstra obtained his PhD in biochemistry followed by postdoctoral fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He has almost 25 years of experience in basic research in both oncology and neurology with a focus on identifying biomarkers and protein pathways involved in both of these conditions. His is currently on the editorial boards of Biotechniques, Proteomics, Genome Medicine, and Clinical Proteomics.
Education and Credentials
- PhD in Biochemistry, University of Windsor
- BSc in Chemistry, Trent University
- Proteomic Applications in Identifying Protein-Protein Interactions (Bejamin T. Veenstra and Timothy D. Veenstra) in Advances in Protein Chemistry and Structural Biology Volume 138: Functional Proteomics. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (in press).
- Biomarker Analysis of Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Clinical Tissues Using Proteomics (Ekenedirichukwu N. Obi, Daniel A. Tellock, Gabriel J. Thomas and Timothy D. Veenstra) Biomolecules (2023).
- Separation of Serum and Plasma Proteins for In-depth Proteomic Analysis (Joseph Paul and Timothy D. Veenstra) Separations (2022).
- Quantitative analysis of specific androgens in serum and urine samples from male, pre, and postmenopausal subjects using LC-MRM-MS (M. Athar Masood, Rafia Khaftoon, and Timothy D. Veenstra ) Steroids (2022).
- In vitro Characterization of SARS-CoV-2 Protein Translated from the Moderna mRNA-1273 Vaccine (Rocco Rotello, Brad Pauley, Elisha Injeti and Timothy Veenstra) Scientific Journal of Biology and Life Sciences (2022).
- Spending time with family, hobby farming, home renovations
Cedarville provides me the opportunity to minister to young people through academics while working with fellow believers focused on glorifying God in the workplace.