James McManaman, PhD
Dr. James McManaman is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Chief of the Division of Reproductive Sciences at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus. His primary research interests are in mammary gland biology, lipid metabolism, and preterm birth and perinatal biology. He is the Research Director of the NIH funded Women’s Reproductive Health Research Program at the University of Colorado and he directs the University’s Frontiers in Pregnancy Research Symposia, a nationally recognized symposia that focuses on biological, psychosocial and clinical research related to pregnancy and perinatal biology. Prior to his tenure at the University of Colorado, Dr. McManaman was a member of the Neurology Faculty at Baylor College of Medicine where he worked on motoneuron survival factors.