Bracey Dangerfield, PhD

Assistant Professor

Bracey Dangerfield, PhD, is an assistant professor of basic sciences at NUNM’s College of Naturopathic Medicine, where he teaches the biochemistry portions of the Structure and Function courses and tutorials. Dr. Dangerfield earned a Doctorate in Physiology from Maharishi International University, Iowa, in 1992, and a bachelor degree in Chemistry from Beloit College, Wisconsin, in 1970. He also did graduate coursework and research in organic chemistry at the State University of New York, Stony Brook. Dr. Dangerfield previously was an assistant professor of basic sciences at NUNM from 1997 to 2000, where he taught biochemistry, immunology, research and statistics, organic chemistry, and basic science clinical correlates. He was also faculty at Salt Lake Community College in Utah and a visiting assistant professor at Evergreen State College’s Tacoma, Washington, campus.