Marina Ioudina, MD, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor
Marina Ioudina
Basic Sciences
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Start Biography

  • Ph.D. in Physiology, Department of Biomedical Science, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, December 2000
    Dissertation: "The role of alpha-adrenoceptors in contractile responses in isolated bovine tail artery and vein".
  • M.S. in Exercise and Sport Science, Department of Health and Human Performance, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. December 1997
    Thesis: "Effects of exercise mode on cardiovascular responses to baroreceptor unloading".
  • M.D., Pediatrics Medical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 1983
  • Pediatrician
  • Physiology
  • Histology
  • Cardiovascular, respiratory and gastrointestinal responses to osteopathic manipulations in healthy young adults
  • The neuroprotective role of peptides against Parkinsons and Alzheimer's disease toxins in cultured cells

           Current Research Projects (Project is supported by TUN Research Grant Awards)

  • Cardiovascular, respiratory and gastrointestinal responses to osteopathic manipulations in healthy young adults. Collaborative project with Dr. Eric Toder, DO
  • The neuroprotective role of peptides against Parkinsons disease toxins in cultured cells.

    TUN Mentored-Student Research Grant Awarded
  • Respiratory responses to osteopathic manipulations in healthy young individuals. Collaborative project with Dr. Eric Toder, DO. 2014
  • The effect of osteopathic manipulations on peripheral blood flow in healthy young individuals. Collaborative project with Dr. Eric Toder, DO. 2014
  • Cardiovascular and respiratory responses to selected cranial osteopathic manipulations in healthy young adults. Marina Ioudina, Eric Toder, Frank Zhang, and Dallin Syphus. FASEB J March 29, 2012 26:lb643.
  • Cardiovascular responses to deep inhibitory rib raising (DIRR) osteopathic manipulation in healthy young individuals. Marina Ioudina and Eric Toder. FASEB J March 17, 2011 25:644.27
  • Glucose insufficiency alters neuronal viability and increases susceptibility to glutamate toxicity. Ioudina M, Uemura E, Greenlee HW. Brain Res. 2004; 1004(1-2):188-92.
  • A three amino acid peptide, Gly-Pro-Arg, protects and rescues cell death induced by amyloid beta-peptide. Ioudina M, Uemura E. Exp Neurol. 2003; 184(2):923-9.
  • Pharmacological characterization of alpha1- adrenoceptor subtypes in the bovine tail artery. 2002. M. Ioudina and D.C. Dyer. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 25, 363-369.
  • Mechanisms of bradikinin-induced glucagon release in clonal alpha-cells InR1-G9: involvement of Ca2+-dependent and -independent pathways. 2002. M. Yibchok-anum, H. Cheng, E.A. Abu-Basha, J. Ding, M. Ioudina, W.H. Hsu. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, 192, 217-36.
  • Effects of exercise training mode on the cardiovascular responses to lower body negative pressure in males. 1998. M. Ioudina and W.D. Franke. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 69(1), 53-57.
  • Cardiac responses to osteopathic manipulations in healthy young men. M. Ioudina, E. Toder, C. Baldwin, MHS, and R. Lowe, MHS. Presented: 1) Touro Research Day, 2014. 2) The EB 2014, San Diego CA, April 2014. 3) Roseman University. Research day. Henderson, NV. December, 2014
  • Cardiac and respiratory responses to selected osteopathic cranial manipulation techniques in healthy young individuals. K. DeGraaff, OMS-II; Z. Yang, OMS-II; R. Lowe, MHS; E. Toder, DO; and M. Ioudina, MD, PhD. Presented: Touro Research Day 2014.
  • Heart rate responses to osteopathic manipulations in healthy young men. M. Ioudina, E. Toder, and B. Boudreaux. TUN Research Day, 2013. The EB 2013, Boston, MA, April 20
  • Cardiac and respiratory responses to selected osteopathic cranial manipulation techniques in healthy young individuals. K. DeGraaff, OMS-II; Z. Yang, OMS-II; R. Lowe, MHS; E. Toder, DO; & M. Ioudina, MD, PhD. American College of Physicians, Nevada Chapter Poster Competition, Las Vegas, NV, December 2013.
  • Cardiovascular and respiratory responses to selected cranial osteopathic manipulations in healthy young adults. M. Ioudina, E. Toder, F. Zhang, and D. Syphus. Poster. Experimental Biology. San Diego, CA. April 2012
  • Respiratory Responses to Selected Osteopathic Manipulative Techniques in Healthy Individuals. F. Zhang, D. Syphus, E. Toder, and M. Ioudina. TUN Research Day, 2012
  • Cardiac Responses to Selected Osteopathic Manipulations in Healthy Individuals. F. Zhang, D. Syphus, E. Toder, and M. Ioudina. TUN Research Day, 2012
  • Cardiovascular responses to deep inhibitory rib raising (DIRR) osteopathic manipulation in healthy young individuals. M. Ioudina and E. Toder. Poster. Experimental Biology. Washington, DC. April 2011
  • Using Team-Based Learning (TBL) Approach in Teaching Cardiovascular Physiology to First-Year Osteopathic Medical Students. M. Ioudina, J. Guadagnoli and M. Terrence. Poster. Experimental Biology. April 2010. Touro University Nevada. Research Day. 2010
  • Team-based learning exercise in a Physician Assistant program pre-clinical physiology course. J. Guadagnoli and M. Ioudina. Poster. Team Based Learning 10th annual meeting. New Orleans. March 2010.
  • Team-Based Learning as an Answer to the Challenge of Implementing Application Tasks and Case-based Exercises for Large Class Size. T. Miller, J. Guadagnoli, and M. Ioudina. 2009. Poster. The AACOM, April 2010, Washington DC.
  • Observations on Using Team-based Learning for the First Time in our Osteopathic Medical School Curriculum. M. Ioudina, T. Miller, and J. Guadagnoli. Poster. Poster. 2009. Team Based Learning 9th annual meeting. Touro University Nevada. Research Day
  • Effect of MPTP and salsolinol on tissue transglutaminase expression in cultured human dopaminergic SH-SY5Y cells. M. Ioudina, 2009. Poster. Experimental Biology. Touro University Nevada. Research Day
  • Neuroprotective effects of Tripeptide, Glycine-Proline-Glutamate in Human Dopaminergic SH-SY5Y Cells Against MPTP, and Salsolinol induced Neurotoxicity. 2008. M. Ioudina, S. Shavali and M. Ebadi. Poster. Touro University Nevada. Research Day
  • Protection of neural progenitor cells from the effects of amyloid ??-peptide. 2005. M. Ioudina, E. Uemura, H. West Greenlee, and D. Sakaguchi. Poster. Society for Neuroscience 34th annual meeting.
  • Neuroprotective effects of tripeptide, glycine-proline-glutamate in human dopaminergic SH-SY5Y cells against MPP+, Salsolinol and 1BnTIQ-induced neurotoxicity. 2005. M. Ioudina, S. Shavali and M. Ebadi. Poster. Society for Neuroscience 34th annual meeting.
  • A three amino acid peptide, Gly-Pro-Glu, protects and rescues apoptotic cell death induced by amyloid beta peptide. 2003. M. Ioudina and E. Uemura. Poster. Society for Neuroscience 32nd annual meeting.
  • Investigation of the role of alpha2-adrenoceptors in contractile responses of the isolated bovine tail artery and vein. 2000. M. Ioudina and D.C. Dyer. Program Abstract 112th Session Iowa Academy of Science, April 21-22, Des Moines, IA, 29.
  • Evidence for the presence of alpha1A- adrenoceptors in bovine tail artery. 2000. M. Ioudina and D.C. Dyer. The FASEB Journal, 14(4), A148.
  • Comparison of contractile responses of isolated bovine tail artery and vein to norepinephrine, alpha, beta-meATP and field stimulation. 1999. M. Ioudina and D.C. Dyer. Program Abstract 111th Session Iowa Academy of Science, April 23-24, Iowa State University, 44.
  • FASEB (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology) Society member (The American Physiological Society)
  • American College of Sport Medicine (ACSM) member
  • AOA, non-DO member
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Basic Sciences, Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Henderson, Nevada, July 2006-Present
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, August 2003-2006
  • Assistant Adjunct Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, January 2003-August 2003
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, the Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, February 2001-August 2003
  • Graduate Assistant, the Department of Biomedical Science, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, January 1997-December 2000
  • Research Assistant, Seeds Science Center, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, August 1995-December 1996
  • Research Assistant, DuPont Research Laboratory, Des Moines, Iowa, November 1992-July 1995
  • Pediatrician, Childrens Hospital #1, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1985-1991
  • Pediatrician-trainee, Advanced Professional Training and Development Program in Practical Medicine and Medical Research for Pediatricians, Pediatrics Medical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1983-1985