Biological Research Scientist, Doug Rosenthal has done a number of studies that have contributed to the understanding of the cytoskeleton, organelles and membrane-trafficking intermediates, signal transduction pathways, cell cycle regulators, the organelle/protein recycling machinery, and cell-death pathways. Cellular pathways, crucial for the immune response, have been also been revealed by these studies.
Since 2005, he serves as a professor at the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology. Rosenthal has done a number of researches in affiliation with this university.
Since 2015, Doug is a member of the Cleveland Center for Membrane and Structural Biology (CCMSB).
Doug Rosenthal holds Bachelor’s, Masters’s and Ph.D. in Biology from the Case Western Reserve University.
He served as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology at the University of Cambridge, in the period from 1991 to 1994,
Rosenthal has authored the books: Atomic Evidence and The Body’s Motors.