Meet Mark, Bryan College of Health Sciences

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Mark Jones, PhD


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Previous Education:

  • PhD, Indiana University School of Medicine 
  • BS, Purdue University


Professor Jones is originally from Indiana. He enjoys nature, woodworking, and occasional remodeling projects. 

Notable Publications Authored/Co-author:

1.) Jones, M.A. and C.F. Marfurt. 1991. Calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) and corneal innervation. A developmental study in the rat. J. Comp. Neurol., 313:132-150.

2.)Marfurt, C.F., L.C. Ellis, and M.A. Jones. 1993. Sensory and sympathetic nerve sprouting in the rat cornea following neonatal administration of capsaicin. Somatosens. Motor Res., 10:377-398. 

3.) Jones, M.A. and C.F. Marfurt. 1996. Sympathetic stimulation of corneal epithelial proliferation in wounded and non-wounded rat eyes.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 37:2535-2547.

 4.) Jones, M.A. and C.F. Marfurt. 1997. Peptidergic innervation of the rat cornea. Exp. Eye   Res., 66(4):421-35.

Professional Service and Recognition:

    • Bryan College of Health Sciences Outstanding Faculty Award, 2019
    • Member of the Human Anatomy and physiology Society
    • Member of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences 

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