Sanford School of Medicine Basic Biomedical Sciences

Ronald Lindahl, Ph.D.

Ron Lindahl
Professor
Basic Biomedical Sciences, School of Medicine
UMS Lee Med/Sanford School of Medicine 202
Phone: 605-677-5360
Bio:
Executive Dean, Sanford School of Medicine, The University of South Dakota, 2004 to present Dean, Division of Basic Biomedical Sciences, Sanford School of Medicine, The University of South Dakota, 1998 to present Interim Dean, School of Health Sciences, The University of South Dakota, 2007-2008 Professor and chair, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, The University of South Dakota, 1989-1998 Professor of biology and biochemistry, The University of Alabama, 1975-1989
Teaching Interests:
Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cancer Biology
Research Interests:
Carcinogenesis, Xenobiotic Metabolism, Alcohol Metabolism
Education:
  • Post Doc, Argonne National Library, 1975
  • Ph D, Genetics-Biology, Wayne State University, 1973
  • BA, Biology, Wayne State University - Detroit, 1970
Publications:
  • Lindahl, R., (2007), Constitutive and 3-MC-induced rat ALDH3A1 expression is mediated by multiple xenobiotic response elements., iss. 35, pp. 386-393.
  • Lindahl, R., (2003), Cyclin dependent kinase inhibitor p 27Kip1 is upregulated by hypoxia via an ARNT dependent pathway., iss. 90, pp. 548-560.
  • Lindahl, R., (2001), Aldehyde dehydrogenase 3 gene regulation: Studies on constitutive and hypoxia-modulated expression., iss. 130, pp. 227-234.
  • Lindahl, R., (2001), Aldehyde dehydrogenase: Maintaining critical active site geometry at motif 8 in the Class 3 enzyme., iss. 268, pp. 722-726.
  • Lindahl, R., (2001), Increase of mitochondria Class 2 aldehyde dehydrogenase expression by arachiolonic acid in rat hepatoma cells., iss. 357, pp. 811-818.
Awards and Honors:
  • Distinguished Lecturer, Louisiana State University Medical Center, 1999
  • Henry H. Lardy Distiguished Lecturer, South Dakota State University, 1995
  • University Research Fellow, University of Alabama, 1984
  • Traineeship in Genetics, National Science Foundation, 1971