Martin Banschbach, PhD

Professor of Biochemistry

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19741993

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Martin Banschbach received his PhD in Biochemistry and Nutrition from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1973. He has been teaching human nutrition to OSU medical students, OSU graduate students, Rogers State University Nursing Students, and Tulsa Community College students for over 20 years. He has been teaching nutrition to senior citizens since 2006 through the OSU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

Dr. Banschbach’s researches wound healing in nude mice. Poor wound healing is a common problem in many patients. Nude mice are the perfect animal model to study the wound healing process and try to find ways to speed up the wound healing process.

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