Checo James Rorie

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentBiology

Phone336-285-2188

Fax336-334-7105

Emailcjrorie@ncat.edu

OfficeHines Hall
Room: 300A

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Checo James Rorie

Education

Other: SPIRE/Radiation Oncology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008

Other: Biochemistry/Cancer Research, New York University, 2005

Ph D: Curriculum in Toxicology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004

BS: Biology, Clark Atlanta University, 1998


Research Interests

Cancer Cell Biology; Triple Negative Breast Cancer


Recent Publications

Mehari, Tsdale  Rorie, Checo  Godfrey, Sherette  Minor, Radiah  Fakayode, Sayo  (2017).  Influence of Arsenic (III), Cadmium (II), Chromium (VI), Mercury (II), and Lead (II) Ions on Human Triple Negative Breast Cancer (HCC1806) Cell Cytotoxicity and Cell Viability .  (1,  7,  pp. 1-17).  Journal of Chemical Health Risks.

Baines, Antonio   Martin, Patrick   Rorie, Checo  (2016).  Current and Emerging Targeting Strategies for Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer.  In Kevin Pruitt,  Molecular and Cellular Changes in the Cancer Cell  (144,  pp. 277-320).

Rorie, Checo  White, Catherine  (2016).  BIOLOGY ORIENTATION: A Guide to Success as a Biology Major.  (1,  1,  pp. 150).  Kendall Hunt.

Stallings, Veronic  Gurley, Kashenya  Rorie, Checo  (2015).  Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cell Lines with TP53 Mutations are Able to Undergo Cell Death.  (9,  4,  pp. 1024–1028).  International Journal of Science and Research.

Godfrey, Sherette  Moses, Malcolm  Rorie, Checo  (2015).  Cancer Associated MicroRNAs are Differentially Expressed in Triple Negative Breast Cancer and Normal Breast Cells.  (9,  4,  pp. 73–78).  International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR).

Godfrey, Sherette  Gurley, Kashenya  Moses, Malcolm  Arrington, Brianna  Rorie, Checo  (2015).  Microarray analysis reveal differential expression of microRNAs in triple negative breast cancer and normal breast cells.  (4,  5,  ).  International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP).