Research Area

Physiology

  • Anthony, Tracy

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    Professor
    Department of Nutritional Sciences
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    Protein and amino acid metabolism; adaptation to cell stress by eIF2 and mTOR pathways; nutrition and exercise
  • Arent, Shawn

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    Associate Professor
    Department of Kinesiology and Health
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    Physical activity, stress, and performance; exercise endocrinology
  • Arnold, Eddy

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    Distinguished Professor
    Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology
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    HIV, AIDS, drugs, vaccines, crystallography, structural biology
  • Blaser, Martin J

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    Professor
    Departments of Medicine & Pathology
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    Human microbiome, early-life effects and mechanisms on disease development
  • Breslin, Paul

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    Professor
    Department of Nutritional Sciences
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    Genetic basis of human oral perception and its impact on nutrient intake
  • Driscoll, Monica

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    Professor
    Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
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    Developmental neurogenetics. molecular genetics of neuronal cell death. mechanosensory transduction in touch and feeling. molecular mechanisms of aging
  • El Ouaamari, Abdelfattah

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    Assistant Professor
    Department of Medicine
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    Organ Crosstalk, Energy Homeostasis, Pancreas, Insulin-Producing β Cells, Diabetes
  • Fan, Huizhou

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    Professor
    Department of Pharmacology
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    Pathogenesis and intervention of sexually transmitted infections
  • Fondell, Joseph

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    Associate Professor
    Department of Pharmacology
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    Regulation of gene expression by nuclear hormone receptors. Pathological role of nuclear receptors in hormone dependent cancers
  • Freeman, Joseph W.

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    Associate Professor
    Department of Biomedical Engineering
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    Musculoskeletal tissue regeneration
  • Jacinto, Estela

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    Professor
    Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
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    Signal transduction, cancer, insulin, metabolism, T lymphocytes
  • Merrill, Gary

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    Professor
    Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience
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    Ischemic heart disease, hypoxia and reoxygenation, metabolic control of coronary circulation
  • Pan, Pingyue

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    Assistant Professor
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
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    The dopamine synapse and Parkinson's disease
  • Quadro, Loredana

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    Professor
    Department of Food Science
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    Maternal-fetal metabolism of retinoids (vitamin A and its derivatives) and beta-carotene in mammalian model systems
  • Radovick, Sally

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    Professor
    Department of Pediatrics
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    Pediatric growth and development disorders
  • Runnels, Loren

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    Associate Professor
    Department of Pharmacology
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    Signal transduction, Live cell imaging, Confocal microscopy, Biochemistry, Electrophysiology
  • Sesti, Federico

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    Professor
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
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    Physiology, structure and function of potassium channels, role of potassium channels in causing disease
  • Shapses, Sue A

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    Professor
    Department of Nutritional Sciences
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    Osteoporosis, bone metabolism and obesity
  • Snyder, Elizabeth

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    Assistant Professor
    Department of Animal Science
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    Structural and nucleotide-level RNA variants, proteome composition, cellular development
  • Verzi, Michael

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    Associate Professor
    Department of Genetics
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    Transcriptional mechanisms underlying intestinal health
  • Weiss, Harvey R

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    Professor
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
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    How nitric oxide and its second messenger cyclic GMP serve as a "brake" on myocardial function and how this changes in disease, II. The relationship between excitatory amino acid receptors and cerebral oxygen supply and consumption balance and the changes in disease
  • Wondisford, Fredric E

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    Professor
    Department of Medicine
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    Pituitary and pancreatic hormonal growth and regulation