Faculty Profile

Dr. Jonathan Lindzey

jlindzey@lhup.edu | East Campus ScienceCenter 209, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-2987

Areas of Expertise: Endocrinology, Physiology, Reproductive Physiology, Endocrine Disrupters


BA Zoology-University of California-Berkeley

Ph.D. Zoology-University of Texas-Austin

Courses Most Commonly Taught:  BIOL 410-Organismal Physiology, BIOL 303-Vertebrate Endocrinology, BIOL106-Principles of Biology, BIOL 101-Basic Biology

Courses Developed: BIOL303-Vertebrate Endocrinology, BIOL450-Senior Seminar

Refereed Publications:

McCoy, E.D., Mushinsky, H.R., and Lindzey, J. (2007).  Conservation strategies and emergent diseases: the case of upper respiratory tract disease  in the gopher tortoise. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 6 (2): 170-176.

Lindzey, J, Jayes, FL, Yates, MM, Couse, JF, and Korach, KS (2006). The bi-modal effects of estradiol on gonadotropin synthesis and secretion in female mice are dependent on estrogen receptor-a. J. Endocrinol., 191:309-317.

McCoy, ED, Mushinsky, HR, and Lindzey, J. (2006). Declines of the gopher tortoise on protected lands. Biol. Conservation., 128(1):120-127

Ma, J.,  Graves, J., Bradbury, J.A., Zhao, Y., Swope, D.L.,  King, L. et al. (2004). Regulation of Mouse Renal CYP2J5 Expression by Sex Hormones.  Mol. Pharm., 65(3): 730-743.  

Hiramatsu, N., Chapman, R.W., Lindzey, J.K., Haynes, M.R. and Sullivan, C.V. (2004). Molecular characterization  and expression of vitellogenin receptor from White Perch (Morone Americana). Biol. Reprod. Feb 6. {Epub ahead of print]

Book Chapters, Reviews and Published Proceedings:

Lindzey J. and Korach, KS. (2005) Environmental agents and the reproductive system. In L. J. Degroot and J.L Jameson (Eds.),Endocrinology (5th edition). W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA.

Henley, D., Lindzey, J. and Korach, K. (2005) Steroid hormones. In P.M. Conn and S. Melmed (Eds.),Scientific Basis of Endocrinology: Fundamental and Clinical Principles. Academic Press, Inc, New York, NY.

McCoy, E.D., H.R. Mushinsky, and Lindzey, J. (2005). Population consequences of upper respiratory tract disease for the gopher tortoise. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Lindzey, J. and Korach, K.S. (2003). Estrogen Action in Males: Insights from Mutations in Aromatase and Estrogen Receptor Genes. In C. Bagatell and W. Bremner (Eds.),  Androgens in Health and Disease. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ.

Lindzey, J. (2002). Expression and Function of Estrogen Receptor-a and b. In A. Manni (Ed). Contempory Endocrinology. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ.

Invited Lectures, Symposia, and Workshops:

“Capture and Release of Wildlife”. IACUC Advanced Workshop sponsored by ScientistsCenter for Animal Welfare. March 10, 2003, Clearwater FL.

“Reproductive functions of an estrogen receptor: Lessons from Knockout Mice” Dept of Zoology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. January 24, 2000.