Paul Hyman

Paul Hyman, Ph.D.

Chair, Biology and Toxicology Department
Professor of Biology

319 Kettering Science Center
Area of Specialty
Bacteriophages, virus evolution, virus host range, phage therapy
  • Founded and an officer of the International Society for Viruses of Microorganisms
  • Peer reviewer of articles for multiple journals and NSF grants
  • Joined Ashland University in 2010
  • Teaches Human Biology, Molecular and Cellular Basis of Life, Nursing Microbiology, Genetics, Journal Club, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Evolution and Emerging Pathogens courses
  • Taught at MedCentral College of Nursing (now the AU College of Nursing and Health Sciences) and Ohio State University
  • Conducted research at the Arizona Cancer Center, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Tufts University and NanoFrames, a biotechnology startup
  • Favorite thing about Ashland University: The students
  • Little-known fact: My last dog was a three-legged boxer named Louie
  • Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Genetics – University of Arizona
  • B.A. in Biochemistry – Northwestern University