I have taught medical students in courses in Medical Biochemistry and Medical Genetics at the University of Pittsburgh and at TAMU. I have also taught undergraduate and graduate courses in molecular biology and molecular genetics. Currently, I am retired after 27 years with the university.
- Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Harvard University - (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) 1967
- B.S. in Chemistry, California Institute of Technology - (Pasadena, California, United States) 1961
- Cerimele, F., Brown, L. F., Bravo, F., Ihler, G. M., Kouadio, P., & Arbiser, J. L. (2003). Infectious angiogenesis: Bartonella bacilliformis infection results in endothelial production of angiopoetin-2 and epidermal production of vascular endothelial growth factor. American Journal Of Pathology. 163(4), 1321-1327.
- Verma, A., & Ihler, G. M. (2002). Activation of Rac, Cdc42 and other downstream signalling molecules by Bartonella bacilliformis during entry into human endothelial cells. Cellular Microbiology. 4(9), 557-569.
- Derrick, S. C., & Ihler, G. M. (2001). Deformin, a substance found in Bartonella bacilliformis culture supernatants, is a small, hydrophobic molecule with an affinity for albumin. Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases. 27(6), 1013-1019.
- Verma, A., Davis, G. E., & Ihler, G. M. (2001). Formation of stress fibres in human endothelial cells infected with Bartonella bacilliformis is associated with altered morphology, impaired migration and defects in cell morphogenesis. Cellular Microbiology. 3(3), 169-180.
- Ihler, G. M. (2001). Why did the 5th Earl of Derby die?. The Lancet. 358(9288), 1187-1187.