University of Kentucky Research

Faculty & Staff

Greg Gerhardt, Ph.D. 
gregg@uky.edu
859-323-4531

Dr. Gerhardt is a professor in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology with over 30 years of academic research experience having published over 300 peer-reviewed publications. He was instrumental in helping Dr. Gash establish the GLP Center at UK and has served as a Study Director within the GLP Neuroscience Center since December 2010.

Richard Grondin, Ph.D.
rcgron0@uky.edu
859-323-8925

Dr. Grondin is an associate professor in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology with over 20 years of academic research experience having published nearly 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters in the field of aging and neurodegenerative diseases. He was instrumental in helping Drs. Gash and Gerhardt establish the GLP Center at UK. Dr. Grondin has served as Study Director within the GLP Neuroscience Center on 5 studies since January 2011, including a recent GLP-compliant toxicology study with a major industry partner in 2013-2014.

Meagan Littrell, Ph.D.   
meagan.littrell@uky.edu
859-218-3823

Dr. Littrell is an academic research scientist with 6 peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Littrell has completed specialized quality assurance training at the West Coast Quality Training Institute Northwest led by a former president of the Society for Quality Assurance (SQA), Deborah Garvin, RQAP-GLP. Dr. Littrell has taken the lead in the development and review of facility standard operating procedures, and performs facility, process, raw data, and final report audits for studies expected to comply with FDA regulations. She currently leads GLP-related training for the staff of the GLP Neuroscience Center and acts as a liaison with the external oversight component of the quality assurance unit through Quality Associates Incorporated.

Stacey Reid
stacey.reid@uky.edu
859-323-5242

Stacey has been involved in the GLP Neuroscience Center since 2011 where she worked closely with GLP consultants and the scientific staff to develop SOP(s) and forms to meet documentation requirements and streamline record keeping and archive requirements. Stacey serves as archivist and administrative associate in the document control center in the GLP Neuroscience Center. Her expertise allows development of customized study materials that are critical in keeping accurate and complete laboratory records. Stacey has been integral to establishing the GLP archive facility and continued maintenance of the archive.