Jenica Chambers

Dr. Chambers completed her undergraduate studies at Williams College in Massachusetts where she earned a B.A. in biology and chemistry in 2004. She was awarded a PhD in pharmacology from the Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology at Duke University in 2011. Her doctoral research focused on elucidating the signaling pathways that regulate Zipper Interacting Protein Kinase (ZIPK) activity in smooth muscle and developing novel small molecule inhibitors of ZIPK, with the goal of developing drugs that treat and prevent conditions such as hypertension and stroke.

Dr. Chambers successfully completed the Medical Education Training Program at Ross University School of Medicine in the Department of Pharmacology in 2015 and joined the Department of Pharmacology as an assistant professor in 2016.