Associate Professor / AIDP Graduate Program
Office: AHC5 351
Dr. Quentin Felty received a doctorate in environmental health sciences from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health where he was a National Cancer Institute Cancer Prevention and Control Training Program fellow. His ongoing research is focused on understanding the molecular mechanism of susceptibility to estrogenic chemical associated vascular cell dysfunction resulting in obliterative intimal lesions in the pulmonary arteries of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) patients. In addition, he also studies the role of deviant endothelial stem cells in the spread of breast cancer.