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Pharmacological & Physiological Science
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St. Louis, Missouri 63104
Primary Faculty Appointments
|Name||Degree Institution||Academic Interest|
|Michael Ariel, Ph.D.
|Washington University, 1980|
Sensorimotor information processing from visual and vestibular inputs that control eye movements.
|Joseph Baldassare, Ph.D.
|MIT and University of Pittsburgh, 1971|
Cell-cycle regulation and intracellular signal transduction mechanisms.
|Andrew A. Butler, Ph.D
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand (1995)
Neural “nutrient sensing networks” control ingestive behaviors and metabolism to maintain metabolic homeostasis and a healthy body weight.
|John C. Chrivia, Ph.D.
|University of Washington, 1987|
Transcriptional reegulation by coactivators and nuclear receptors.
|Jane Cox, Ph.D.
|Ireland (Dublin), 1983|
Neurotransmitter receptors; molecular biology and developmental regulation of glutamate and P2X receptors.
|Decha Enkvetchakul, M.D.
|University of Missouri, Columbia, 1993|
Structural mechanisms underlying modulation of KirBac1.1 channel activity by membrane lipids and protons.
|Amy Harkins, Ph.D.
|Department of Biomedical Engineering,
Saint Louis University (secondary appointment)
University of Pennsylvania, 1993
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of synaptic vesicle release; calcium channels.
|Mark M. Knuepfer, Ph.D.
Autonomic pharmacology and physiology; central cardiovascular regulation; electrophysiology; effects of cocaine, stress and endotoxemia.
|Andrew Lechner, Ph.D.
|University of California, Riverside, 1977|
Pulmonary physiology; acute lung injury and the immunophysiology of sepsis.
|Heather Macarthur, Ph.D.
|William Harvey Research Institute, Saint Bartholomew's Medical College, London, 1994|
Vascular control mechanisms; endothelial mediators; sympathetic neurotransmission.
|Wendi S. Neckameyer, Ph.D.
|The Rockefeller University, 1985|
Development and function of neural circuitry.
|W. Michael Panneton, Ph.D.
|The Ohio State University, 1978|
The etiology of Parkinson disease; neural pathways mediating deep chronic pain; neural integration of somatautonomic reflexes (the diving response).
| Daniela Salvemini, Ph.D.
|University of London, 1990|
Role of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species and lipid mediators in acute and chronic pain and in the development of opiate antinociceptive tolerance.
|Willis K. Samson, Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor
|University of Texas, 1979|
Neuropeptides and the control of cardiovascular function and stress hormone secretion
|Randy S. Sprague, M.D.
|Saint Louis University, 1976|
The role of the red blood cell as a determinant of vascular resistance.
|Alan H. Stephenson, Ph.D.
|Saint Louis University, 1986|
Vascular control mechanisms: eicosanoids, pulmonary & cardiovascular science.
|Mark M. Voigt, Ph.D.
|Saint Louis University, 1985|
Biochemical and molecular neuropharmcology and neuroscience; molecular biology and development regulation of purinergic receptors; development of sensory neurons in zeberafish.
|John K. Walker, Phd
|Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
|Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Design|
|Thomas C. Westfall, Ph.D.
|West Virginia, 1962|
William Beaumont Professor, Chair Emeritus
|Daniel S. Zahm, Ph.D.
Pennsylvania State University, 1982
Neuroanatomical and functional organization of basal forebrain; neurodegeneration, role of peptides in psychostimulant and opioid actions.
|Jinsong Zhang, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (1999)
|Transcriptional regulation in animal cells|