Dr. Worlanyo Eric Gato
Dr. Eric Gato is currently employed by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Southern University as an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. The primary responsibility of his position is to; teach environmental carcinogenesis, toxicology, biochemistry, general chemistry to undergraduate and graduate students, develop appropriate courses for upper level undergraduate and graduate students, seek internal and external research funding to support research projects and research assistantships for graduate and undergraduate students and publish our research findings in appropriate international scientific journals.
Dr. Eric Gato has had the opportunity to combine biomedical research with teaching at major universities in the United States of America. This has enabled him to present over 20 abstracts at prestigious international scientific meetings, often as an invited speaker. He has exhibited his work at such international conferences as Society of Toxicology, Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society and the American Chemical Society meetings. He has also published more than 15 manuscripts in major international journals within the last few years. He has been involved in mentoring and training a number of undergraduate and graduate students. These students have all gone on into biomedical related careers.