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Mary Moore

Ross University School of Medicine


In 1994, Dr. Moore joined the faculty of Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) in Houston in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology where she remained until she joined the Ross University School of Medicine faculty in 2004. At BCM, she continued her research on nuclear transport and, in 1996, was awarded a Searle Scholar award for this work. While at BCM, she lectured on Cell Biology to their first semester medical students, and was the co-director of the graduate course "Organization of the Cell.” In 1998, the BCM graduate students voted her best lecturer, and the class she and Dr. Pedersen co-directed won best overall graduate course in 2002 and 2004.

Research Interest

Cell Biology Histology   


  • Moore, M.S., Mahaffey, D.T., Brodsky, F.M., and Anderson, R.G.W. (1987). Assembly of clathrin-coated pits onto purified plasma membranes. Science 236, 558-563

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