Joined faculty in 2010. B.S. in Zoology from University of New Hampshire and a Ph.D. in Molecular, Cellular, and Systems Physiology from Dartmouth College. Professor Jukosky's has way too many research interests, they include: the effects of pollutants on reproduction in wildlife, how chronic exposure to arsenic in drinking water impairs the immune system, using recombineering to engineer knockout mouse models, the effects of cigarette smoke exposure on antimicrobials peptides produces in the upper airways, and Canada Warbler genetics. read more…
Areas of Expertise
- Molecular Biology
- Cell Biology
Recent Publications and Presentations
Sturup S., Chen C., Jukosky J., Folt C. (2005). Isotope dilution quantification of Hg- 200(2+) and (CH3Hg+)-Hg-201 enriched species-specific tracers in aquatic systems by cold vapor ICPMS and algebraic de-convoluting. International Journal Of Mass Spectrometry 242, 225-231.
Jukosky, J., Watzin, M., Leiter, J.C. (2008) The effects of environmentally relevant mixtures of estrogens on medaka reproduction. Aquatic Toxicology. 85, 323-331.
Jukosky, J., Watzin, M., Leiter, J.C. (2008). Elevated concentrations of ethinylestradiol, 17 beta-estradiol, and medroxyprogesterone have little effect on reproduction and survival of Ceriodaphnia dubia. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 81, 230-235.
Crane-Godreau M., Maccani, M., Eszterhas, S., Warner, S., Jukosky, J., Fiering, S. (2009) Exposure to Cigarette Smoke Disrupts CCL20-Mediated Antimicrobial Activity in Respiratory Epithelial Cells, The Open Immunology Journal, 8, 86-93.
Crane-Godreau, M; Jukosky, J; Fields, J; Fiering, S. (2010). Second Hand Smoke Exposure Suppresses Immune Protection in the Uterus. Clinical Immunology. 135 S111- S111.
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Dartmouth Medical School
- Ph.D., Molecular, Cellular, and Systems Physiology, Dartmouth College
- B.S., Zoology, University of New Hampshire