Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
Dr. Broome's Research Interests:
My interests include utilizing cell culture and D. melanogaster
as model systems to study the impact of common environmental factors on both the organization of nuclear bodies (Cajal bodies, PML nuclear bodies, etc.) and the immune response.
A native of Madison, MS, Hanna Broome graduated with a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Mississippi College. She went on to teach secondary sciences at University Christian School in Flowood, MS, where she developed her passion for teaching. Hanna continued her education at the University of Mississippi Medical Center by earning her doctorate in Biochemistry, followed by a post-doctoral research fellowship in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at UMMC. Dr. Broome joined the MC faculty in August 2014. She lives in Madison with her husband, two sons and three dogs.
BIO 307A - Cell Biology and Genetics Lab
1:30-5:30, Hederman 201
BIO 449/65 - Nuclear Organization and Function
ADP Session II, Wednesdays,
BIO 6541 - Medical Genetics
12-12:50, Hederman 100
BIO 452/64 - ISR: Cell Biology Methods
, Medical Science Building 219