Professor of Biology
Dr. Cone serves as the Allied Health Coordinator for the department. Students looking to continue their education into the medical field will need to communicate with her. Dr. Cone is a professor of these classes in the Biology Major: General Biology,Histology, Microbiology, and Cell Biology, and these general science classes: Human Health and Disease and Foundations of Science. She is also the coordinator for the Sigma Pi Sigma Pre-Professional Health Organization Club on campus. This group meets every Friday during the semester with guests coming from various medical schools, physical therapy schools, dental schools, and military branches to discuss life in these areas of the medical world.
"Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight."
Education/Degrees/Years of attainment:
- M.A. in Biomedical Ethics (2007)
Medical College of Wisconsin
- Ph.D. in Microbiology (1993)
Texas A&M University
- M.S. in Biology (1984)
- B.S. in Biology/Chemistry (1980)
Wayland Baptist University
Professor, East Texas Baptist University (1995-present)
Recent Scholarly Activity (Presentations, Publications, etc.):
- Cone, JC. (2005). Why use Embryo Stem Cells? Proceedings of Sino-US University Academic Conference. July 24-26, Lanzhou, China. Gansu People’s Publishing House. ISBN: 7-226-03262-7.
- Dombrowski, K.E., J.C. Cone, J.M. Bjorndahl, and C.A. Phillips (1995). Irreversible inhibition of human natural killer cell natural cytotoxicity by modification of the extracellular membrane by the adenine nucleotide analogue 5'-p-(fluorosulfonyl)-benzoyl adenosine. Cellular Immunology. 160:199-204.