Faculty with Secondary appointments in the Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics Department
Faculty with Secondary appointments in the Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics Department of the University of Virginia
|David Cafiso-- Professor of Chemistry; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1979. Work in our laboratory is directed at studying membranes and membrane proteins|
|Linda Columbus-- Assistant Professor of Chemistry; Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles, 2001. To address the challenges in membrane protein structural biology. To investigate the structural determinants of bacterial pathogen - host interactions mediated by membrane proteins.|
|Victor E Laubach -- Associate Professor of Surgery; Ph.D., George Washington University , 1993. Mechanisms of compensatory lung growth and pulmonary ischemia/reperfusion injury.|
Coleen McNamara -- Professor, Cardiovascular Research Center; M.D. Understanding the role of helix-loop-helix transcription regulators in vascular lesion formation.
|Margaret Shupnik -- Professor, Division of Endocrinology; Ph.D., Senior Associate Dean for Research. University of Wisconsin , 1978.Hormonal modulation of pituitary gene transcription.|
|Amy Tucker -- Associate Professor, Cardiovascular Medicine M.D., University of North Carolina. The role of adenosine in cardiac protection and angiogenesis. Primary Division of Cardiology|
|Brian Wamhoff -- Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular MedicinePh.D., University of Missouri. Atherosclerosis/Restenosis; Excitation Transcription Coupling; Biomedical Models of Vascular Disease.|
Zhen Yan -- Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, 1995. Muscle plasticity and mitochondrial quality on physiological function and diseases.