Dr. Pauley specializes in the field of immunology with a focus on the study of autoimmune disease pathogenesis. She served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Florida where she researched the role of differentially expressed microRNAs in autoimmune diseases and developed a novel drug design for the autoimmune disorder Sjogren's syndrome. Her research interests continue to focus on the role of microRNAs in autoimmune disease pathogenesis and the development of new therapeutic strategies.
Education and Credentials
Ph.D. in Immunology and Microbiology, University of Florida
M.S. in Biological Sciences, Marshall University
B.S. in Biological Sciences, Marshall University
BIO1110: Introduction to Biology Laboratory Manual (Kaleb M. Pauley and Matthew E. Ingle) Science and Mathematics Faculty Publications (2012)
Receptor Mediated siRNA Delivery by Direct Conjugation of Ligand and siRNA (Kaleb M. Pauley) Science and Mathematics Faculty Patents (2011)
MicroRNA Regulation in GW/P Body Cell Biology, Lipopolysaccharide Signaling, and Rheumatoid Arthritis (Kaleb M. Pauley) Faculty Dissertations (2008)
Mechanisms of secretory dysfunction in Sjögren's syndrome (Kaleb M. Pauley, B. Lee, A. E. Gauna, et al.) Science and Mathematics Faculty Publications (2012)
RNAi Therapeutics in Autoimmune Disease (Kaleb M. Pauley and Seunghee Cha) Pharmaceuticals (2013)
Interests: Spending time with family, children's ministry, reading
Why Cedarville: I was looking for a place to teach biology where I wouldn't have to compromise my faith on issues of creation and origins. When I interviewed at Cedarville, it became clear to me that this was the place where God wanted me to be. I love teaching here because of my wonderful colleagues and the opportunities that I have to minister to my students.