Faculty Research Interests
- Anthony L. Auerbach, Professor; Ph.D., Oregon, 1978.
Ligand-gated and synaptic-receptor ion channels; molecular
kinetics; molecular basis of drug action.
- Joan S. Baizer, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Brown, 1973.
Neuroanatomy and physiology of vision.
- Donald Campbell, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Texas Medical
Branch, 1986. Cardiac ion channels; drug effects; neuromodulation
of ion channels, nitric oxide.
- Michael E. Duffey, Professor of Physiology, Biophysics and
Medicine, and Director of Graduate Studies for Physiology; Ph.D.,
Carnegie-Mellon, 1977. Regulation of epithelial ion channels.
- Jian Feng, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Tennessee, 1997. Mouse
genetic models for neurological disorders; molecular and cellular
mechanisms of neurodegeneration.
- Perry Hogan, Distinguished Teaching Professor; Ph.D.,
Wisconsin, 1968. Electrophysiology of cardiac muscle.
- Randall Rasmusson, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Duke University,
1991. Cardiac ion channels; mathematical modeling;
structure-function analysis of channels.
- Frederick Sachs, Professor; Ph.D., SUNY Upstate Medical Center,
1971. Cell and molecular mechanisms of mechanical transductions;
light and atomic force microscopy; mathematical modeling; software
and instrumentation development.
- Malcolm M. Slaughter, Professor and Director of Graduate
Studies for Biophysics; Ph.D., Fordham, 1977. Retinal physiology
and synaptic neuroscience.
- Susan B. Udin, Professor; Ph.D., MIT, 1975. Developmental
neurobiology of visual systems.
- Zhen Yan, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Tennessee,
1997. Molecular and cellular mechanisms of ion channel regulation;
signal transduction in CNS neurons.