Antony Abraham, Ph.D.
Examining the role of dynorphin in reward behaviors and neural activity modulated by dynorphin release, as well as downstream signaling cascades involved in dynorphin action.
Christina Akers Sanford, Ph.D.
Characterization of genetically defined subpopulations and their role in affective/emotional states.
Jonathan Bean, Ph.D.
Characterization of GPR124 and its effects on microtubule regulation and cancer cell biology.
Liting Deng, Ph.D.
Characterization of the tumor-killing molecular mechanism of cannabinoids.
Martin Golkowski, Ph.D.
Chemoproteomics approaches to study signaling pathways in cellular systems.
Brian Gore, Ph.D.
The molecular mechanism of dopamine signaling in learning and memory.
Peter Hsu, Ph.D.
Protein structure and function study using X-ray crystallography.
Daohua Jiang, Ph.D.
The regulation of calcium channels by signaling complexes formed with their C-terminal domains.
Joshua Kaplan, Ph.D.
Autistic features of Dravet Syndrome.
Ho-Tak Lau, Ph.D.
Developing method for high throughput screening of protein and DNA interactions.
Heng Li, Ph.D.
Structural basis of nucleosome core particle ubiquitination and de-ubiquitination.
Takeshi Masuda, Ph.D.
Proteomics approaches to study signaling pathways in cellular systems.
Structural and functional characterization of anchoring protein/phosphatase complexes.
Jeremy Rabinowitz, Ph.D.
The roles of Wnt in regeneration and homeostatic growth.
Aaron Robitaille, Ph.D.
Research on stem cells and regeneration.
Selena Schattauer, Ph.D
I study the kappa opioid receptor signaling complex in regulation of desensitization.
Nitzan Shabek, Ph.D
Structural studies of MAX2 in hormone signaling.
Marta Soden, Ph.D.
Research on role of dopaminergic neurons in learning and memory.
Aaron Williams, Ph.D.
Pathophysiology of epilepsy and cognitive deficit in Dravet Syndrome.
Haijie Yu, Ph.D.
Regulation of calcium channels.
Lu Yu, Ph.D.
The molecular architecture of A-kinase anchoring protein signaling complexes that govern a variety of cell-signaling pathways.