Skip Navigation

Faculty Search Results

  New Search

Search Results for Research Area: "Renal "

Faculty Search Results: Results 1 - 15 (List more/fewer results: 10 20 30 40 )
Faculty Member Brief Research Description
Arun Anantharam We study the molecular mechanisms of hormone trafficking, signaling, and secretion at the sympatho-adrenal synapse. Our goals are to understand these processes in the context of stress and stress transduction.  
Daniel Beard Theoretical and experimental analysis of metabolic systems, whole-body cardiovascular mechanics and transport, blood-flow regulation, mechanisms of renal solute transport.  
Greg Cartee Effects of exercise, diet (calorie restriction) or aging on regulation of skeletal muscle glucose transport and insulin signaling  
Mark S. Cohen Development of novel drugs including naturally derived withanolides, novel HSP90 inhibitors and nanoparticle drug delivery systems for improved treatment of cancers, bone and wound healing, sepsis, and endocrine diseases.  
Greg Dressler My lab utilizes genetic, biochemical, and cell biological approaches to understand development, cell lineage restriction, and complex patterning.   
Kate Eaton Dr. Eaton's research interests are in pathogenesis of enteric bacterial diseases. Current projects involve germ free mouse models and the pathogenesis of disease due to Shiga-toxin producing E. coli. Dr. Eaton is the director of the Germ Free mouse core.  
Shelly Flagel Interested in understanding the behavioral and neurobiological processes that contribute to individual differences in stimulus-reward learning and addiction liability.  
Gary Hammer The long range objective of Dr. Hammerˇ¦s laboratory is to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms by which signaling pathways and downstream transcription factors coordinate the specification of adrenocortical cells within the adrenal gland.  
Michael Imperiale We study the molecular biology of the small DNA tumor virus, BK polyomavirus.   
Ken Inoki Role of TSC-mTOR signaling in the development of cancer and metabolic diseases such as diabetes. Signal transduction and molecular mechanism of cell growth and energy homeostasis.  
Michelle Kahlenberg My research strives to understand the cross-talk between cutaneous inflammation and the development and control of systemic autoimmunity.  
Matthias Kretzler Systems biology of renal diseases, including diabetes, hypertension and autoimmune diseases of the kidney. Coordination of an international consortium of renal biobanks for molecular analysis of renal disease: Anaylsis of genome wide expression data sets for molecular marker identification, transcriptional pathway mapping and promoter modelling.  
Malcolm Low Physiological and behavioral effects of neuropeptides and dopamine on energy homeostasis, reward, stress, drug sensitivity, and pituitary function   
Audrey Seasholtz Studies in the Seasholtz laboratory examine the molecular regulation of the mammalian stress response, focusing especially on the CRH system and the corticosteroid receptors, especially as they relate to stress, depression, anxiety and addiction.