Faculty & Staff

Gary Kelm, BS ChE, MS, PhD

Director, Online Cosmetic Science Graduate Program; Adj. Assoc. Prof. Pharmaceutics

Education/Credentials
  • BSChE: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  • MS: University of Cincinnati
  • PhD: University of Cincinnati

Contact Information
  • Kowalewski Hall 267
  • 3225 Eden Ave.
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
  • Office 513-558-5828
  • Email kelmg@ucmail.uc.edu

Peer Reviewed Publications

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Bissett, Donald L; Robinson, Larry R; Raleigh, Patricia S; Miyamoto, Kukizo; Hakozaki, Tomohiro; Li, Jim; Kelm, Gary R 2009. Reduction in the appearance of facial hyperpigmentation by topical N-undecyl-10-enoyl-L-phenylalanine and its combination with niacinamide. Journal of cosmetic dermatology, 8 4, 260-6

Kemp, Christopher J; D'Alessio, David A; Scott, Robert O; Kelm, Gary R; Meller, Stephen T; Barrera, Jason G; Seeley, Randy J; Clegg, Deborah J; Benoit, Stephen C 2008. Voluntary consumption of ethyl oleate reduces food intake and body weight in rats. Physiology & behavior, 93 4-5, 912-8

Bissett, Donald L; Robinson, Larry R; Raleigh, Patricia S; Miyamoto, Kukizo; Hakozaki, Tomohiro; Li, Jim; Kelm, Gary R 2007. Reduction in the appearance of facial hyperpigmentation by topical N-acetyl glucosamine. Journal of cosmetic dermatology, 6 1, 20-6

Cox, James E; Kelm, Gary R; Meller, Stephen T; Randich, Alan 2004. Suppression of food intake by GI fatty acid infusions: roles of celiac vagal afferents and cholecystokinin. Physiology & behavior, 82 1, 27-33

Cox, James E; Kelm, Gary R; Meller, Stephen T; Spraggins, Daniel S; Randich, Alan 2004. Truncal and hepatic vagotomy reduce suppression of feeding by jejunal lipid infusions. Physiology & behavior, 81 1, 29-36

Randich, Alan; Chandler, Paula C; Mebane, Hannah C; Turnbach, Meredith E; Meller, Stephen T; Kelm, Gary R; Cox, James E 2004. Jejunal administration of linoleic acid increases activity of neurons in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 286 1, R166-73

Bookstaff, Robert C; PaiBir, Sheela; Bharaj, Satinder S; Kelm, Gary R; Kulick, Roy M; Balm, Timothy K; Murray, John V 2003. The safety of the use of ethyl oleate in food is supported by metabolism data in rats and clinical safety data in humans. Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP, 37 1, 133-48

Randich, Alan; Spraggins, D Seth; Meller, Stephen T; Kelm, Gary R; Cox, James E 2002. Responses of hepatic and celiac vagal afferents to intraportal mercaptoacetate in rats fed a high-fat or low-fat diet. Neuroreport, 13 5, 675-9

Cox, J E; Tyler, W J; Randich, A; Kelm, G R; Meller, S T 2001. Celiac vagotomy reduces suppression of feeding by jejunal fatty acid infusions. Neuroreport, 12 6, 1093-6

Randich, A; Spraggins, D S; Cox, J E; Meller, S T; Kelm, G R 2001. Jejunal or portal vein infusions of lipids increase hepatic vagal afferent activity. Neuroreport, 12 14, 3101-5

Tegeder, I; Lötsch, J; Kinzig-Schippers, M; Sörgel, F; Kelm, G R; Meller, S T; Geisslinger, G 2001. Comparison of tissue concentrations after intramuscular and topical administration of ketoprofen. Pharmaceutical research, 18 7, 980-6

Cox, J E; Tyler, W J; Randich, A; Kelm, G R; Bharaj, S S; Jandacek, R J; Meller, S T 2000. Suppression of food intake, body weight, and body fat by jejunal fatty acid infusions. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 278 3, R604-10

Randich, A; Tyler, W J; Cox, J E; Meller, S T; Kelm, G R; Bharaj, S S 2000. Responses of celiac and cervical vagal afferents to infusions of lipids in the jejunum or ileum of the rat. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 278 1, R34-43

Abdul Manap, R; Wright, C E; Gregory, A; Rostami-Hodjegan, A; Meller, S T; Kelm, G R; Lennard, M S; Tucker, G T; Morice, A H 1999. The antitussive effect of dextromethorphan in relation to CYP2D6 activity. British journal of clinical pharmacology, 48 3, 382-7

Tegeder, I; Muth-Selbach, U; Lötsch, J; Rüsing, G; Oelkers, R; Brune, K; Meller, S; Kelm, G R; Sörgel, F; Geisslinger, G 1999. Application of microdialysis for the determination of muscle and subcutaneous tissue concentrations after oral and topical ibuprofen administration. Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, 65 4, 357-68

Kelm, G R; Buchanan, W; Meredith, M P; Offenbacher, S; Mankodi, S M; Dobrozsi, D J; Bapat, N V; Collins, J G; Wehmeyer, K R; Eichhold, T H; Doyle, M J 1996. Evaluation of ketorolac concentrations in plasma and gingival crevicular fluid following topical treatment with oral rinses and dentifrices. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, 85 8, 842-7

Tulich, L J; Randall, J L; Kelm, G R; Wehmeyer, K R 1996. Determination of two mebeverine metabolites, mebeverine alcohol and desmethylmebeverine alcohol, in human plasma by a dual stable isotope-based gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric method. Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical applications, 682 2, 273-81

Ares, J J; Outt, P E; Randall, J L; Murray, P D; Weisshaar, P S; O'Brien, L M; Ems, B L; Kakodkar, S V; Kelm, G R; Kershaw, W C 1995. Synthesis and biological evaluation of substituted flavones as gastroprotective agents. Journal of medicinal chemistry, 38 25, 4937-43

Cruze, C A; Kelm, G R; Meredith, M P 1995. Interspecies scaling of tebufelone pharmacokinetic data and application to preclinical toxicology. Pharmaceutical research, 12 6, 895-901

Dobson, R L; Kelm, G R; Neal, D M 1994. Automated gas chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry assay for tebufelone and a 13C,(18)O-labeled analog in plasma: applicabilityto absolute bioavailability determination. Biological mass spectrometry, 23 2, 75-81

Doyle, M J; Eichhold, T H; Loomans, M E; Farmer, R W; Kelm, G R 1993. Comparison of tebufelone distribution in rat blood plasma and inflamed and noninflamed tissues following peroral and intravenous administration. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, 82 8, 847-50

Sietsema, W K; Kelm, G R; Deibel, R M; Doyle, M J; Loomans, M E; Smyth, R E; Kinnett, G O; Eichhold, T H; Farmer, R W 1993. Absorption, bioavailability, and pharmacokinetics of tebufelone in the rat. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, 82 6, 610-2

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