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Professor in Biological Sciences
College of Science
Contact: 864-508-0710 or email@example.com
Charles Rice received his B.S. in Biology Education at Virginia Commonwealth University, followed by a M.S. in Biology, also from Virginia Commonwealth University. His PhD was obtained from the College of William & Mary, with a research focus on comparative immunology and immunotherapy/toxicology. His work continued with a post-doctoral fellowship in brain tumor immunology at the Medical College of VA, which was funded by the American Brain Tumor Association. Prior to Clemson University, Dr. Rice was on the research faculty at the Medical College of Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University where he continued in tumor immunology, environmental immunotoxicology, and began his interest in inflammation and its role in chronic diseases. Dr. Rice had been funded by the NIH, EPA, NOAA, and various foundations including present funding from the Self-Regional Healthcare Human Genetics Research Program to investigate the possible role of inflammation in autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Rice is recognized as an expert in the generation, development, and application of monoclonal antibodies for novel therapeutic approaches to several diseases impacting human health. He has also forged numerous collaborative research efforts with scientists at MUSC, GGC, GHS, and within the Clemson University community.
For more information, see his Curriculum Vitae.
Research over the last decade has shown a clear role of long-term inflammation in virtually all chronic health issues, including various solid cancers, autoimmune diseases, neurological disorders and obesity. Dr. Rice’s research involving the identification of novel anti-inflammatory compounds targeting key cells of the immune system that drive inflammation will make an impact going forward. His ongoing research to develop novel monoclonal antibodies for the treatment and the monitoring of chronic inflammatory disorders will be a significant contribution to the rapidly developing field of biological treatments for diseases.
Brain cancer, Chronic inflammation, Monoclonal antibodies, Comparative immunology, Drug discovery, Neuro-inflammation, Immunopharmacology, Toxicology