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Julie A Swartzendruber, Ph.D.

Dr. Julie Swartzendruber earned her Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 2013 where she studied the role of histamine 2 receptor in allergic lung inflammation.  She continued her training as a post-doctoral fellow at Loyola University of Chicago, studying the role of the probiotic Bacillus subtilis in suppressing allergic airway disease.  Dr. Swartzendruber came to Midwestern University in 2015 and her research laboratory continues to study the role of Bacillus subtilis to suppress allergic disease. 


Thomas M Bodenstine, Ph.D.

My laboratory focuses on the connections between cancer cell metabolism and regulation of gap junction communication. Gap junctions are regulated plasma membrane channels mediated by the connexin family of proteins. During early stages of cancer progression, gap junction communication is frequently lost due to decreased expression of connexin proteins or changes to subcellular transport. Loss of gap junction activity has been causatively linked to numerous cancer cell functions. However, this communication is dynamically regulated in cancer cells and can also be increased, particularly during the process of metastasis. This affects qualities including cellular invasion and adaptation to secondary metastatic sites. Additionally, changes to cancer cell energy utilization drive metabolic adaptability and induce therapeutic resistance. The goals of our laboratory are to understand the connections between metabolic pathways and regulation of connexin proteins which affect gap junction activity in the context of cancer.


Bhupin Butaney, Ph.D.

Bhupin Butaney, Ph.D., completed his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at St. John’s University and a masters in Education at Harvard University with coursework concentrated in Human Development & Psychology. In addition to his role as Associate Program Director, Dr. Butaney serves leadership roles in several professional organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology and Psychoanalysis (Division 39/APA), the Advocacy Committee for Psychologists in Independent Practice (Division 42/APA), Psychoanalytic Specialty Council (PSC) within the Council of Specialties (Cos) in Professional Psychology, and is a Delegate Member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP). He is the Chair of the Education & Training Committee (Division 39/APA), the Diversity committee (Division 42/APA), and current Past-president of Section IV (Division 39/APA). He serves as a practice monitor for the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners as needed.  Dr. Butaney is also active in scholarship. He has published and presented on a variety of topics related to professional resilience, psychoanalytic/psychodynamic psychology, cultural diversity, mindfulness, wellbeing, and supervision. His research interests also include psychotherapy process and outcomes, clinical mindfulness, and the role of envy in clinical practice. Dr. Butaney maintains a part-time private practice in Scottsdale, AZ.

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