Ensa Mathews, M.S.
Location: Carver Research Foundation
Office Phone: 334-727-8822
Ms. Ensa Mathews is currently an instructor of General Biology for Non-Science majors. She obtained both her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and Master of Science in Veterinary Science at the historic Tuskegee University. Her research focus is the effects of estrogens on the development of the male reproductive system. Ms. Mathews has taught General Biology first as a graduate student and currently as faculty.
- Animal Physiology
- Reproductive Physiology
- Dr. Hari O. Goyal, School of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Tuskegee University
- Dr. Olga Bolden-Tiller, College of Agricultural, Environmental and Natural Sciences, Tuskegee University
Mathews, E., Braden, T.D., Williams, C.S., Williams, J.W., Bolden-Tiller, O., Goyal, H.O. Mal-Development of the Penis and loss of Fertility in Male Rats Treated Neonatally with Female Contraceptive 17α-Ethinyl Estradiol: A Dose-Response Study and a Comparative Study with a known Teratogen Diethylstilbestrol Toxicological Sciences 2009 112(2): 331-343