Dr. Stein has accepted an NIH funded postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry and the Translational Neurosciences Program at the Perlman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Stein will be continuing her studies on the neuroendocrinology of energy balance in the laboratory of Dr. Matthew Hayes.
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Department of Pharmacological and Physiology
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St. Louis, Missouri 63104
Primary Faculty Appointments
|Name||Degree Institution||Academic Interest|
|Alan H. Stephenson, Ph.D.
|Saint Louis University, 1986|
Vascular control mechanisms: eicosanoids, pulmonary & cardiovascular science.
|Amy Harkins, Ph.D.
|Department of Biomedical Engineering,
Saint Louis University
University of Pennsylvania, 1993
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of synaptic vesicle release; calcium channels.
|Andrew A. Butler, Ph.D
University of Auckland
Neural “nutrient sensing networks” control ingestive behaviors and metabolism to maintain metabolic homeostasis and a healthy body weight.
|Andrew Lechner, Ph.D.
|University of California, Riverside, 1977|
Pulmonary physiology; acute lung injury and the immunophysiology of sepsis.
|Colin A. Flaveny Ph.D.
|Doctor of Philosophy
Molecular Toxicology 08/04-05/10
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA
|Pharmacological targeting of LXR to treat prostate cancer|
|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.
| 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.
|Decha Enkvetchakul, M.D.
|University of Missouri, Columbia, 1993|
Structural mechanisms underlying modulation of KirBac1.1 channel activity by membrane lipids and protons.
|Gina Yosten, Ph.D.
|Ph.D., Saint Louis University|
Role of Orphan GPCRs in Obesity- and Diabetes-Associated Cardiovascular Disease
|Heather Macarthur, Ph.D.
|William Harvey Research Institute
Saint Bartholomew's Medical College
Vascular control mechanisms; endothelial mediators; sympathetic neurotransmission.
|Jane Cox, Ph.D.
|Ireland (Dublin), 1983|
Neurotransmitter receptors; molecular biology and developmental regulation of glutamate and P2X receptors.
|Jinsong Zhang, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (1999)
|Transcriptional regulation in animal cells|
|John C. Chrivia, Ph.D.
|University of Washington, 1987|
Transcriptional reegulation by coactivators and nuclear receptors.
|John K. Walker, Ph.D.
|Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Design
Research Interests: Our laboratory is focused on the application of medicinal and synthetic organic chemistry toward the development of potential new therapeutic agents. We rely on structure based drug design and ligand based drug design techniques as well traditional medicinal chemistry principles to design these new molecules. Our research is highly collaborative and we are engaged in projects with a number of groups looking at new drug targets for anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-caner agents.
|Joseph Baldassare, Ph.D.
|MIT and University of Pittsburgh, 1971|
Cell-cycle regulation and intracellular signal transduction mechanisms.
|Mark M. Knuepfer, Ph.D.
Autonomic pharmacology and physiology; central cardiovascular regulation; electrophysiology; effects of cocaine, stress and endotoxemia.
|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.
|Michael Ariel, Ph.D.
|Washington University, 1980|
Sensorimotor information processing from visual and vestibular inputs that control eye movements.
|Randy S. Sprague, M.D.
|Saint Louis University, 1976|
The role of the red blood cell as a determinant of vascular resistance.
|Thomas C. Westfall, Ph.D.
|West Virginia, 1962|
William Beaumont Professor, Chair Emeritus
|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).