Instructor in Cell Biology & Physiology
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Impact of gain- and loss-of-function in KATP on smooth muscle cell electrophysiology.
- BS: University of Missouri-Columbia, 2013, Biological Sciences
- PhD: University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2019, Endocrinology and Reproductive Physiology
- Postdoc: Washington University in St. Louis, 2018-2023, Cell Biology and Physiology
BJC Institute of Health (MS: 8228-0004-09)
Research in my laboratory is focused on the biology of ion channels. We develop, introduce and use a wide range of molecular biological and biophysical approaches, as well as in vivo gene manipulation to address questions in proteins, cells and animals, and now in humans. These efforts are leading us to detailed understanding of both molecular mechanisms of channel activity, and roles of ion channels in multiple disease processes including diabetes, heart failure, pulmonary disease and epilepsy.
ATP-sensitive potassium channels in hyperinsulinism and type 2 diabetes: Inconvenient paradox or new paradigm? (Links to an external site)
Nichols CG, York NW, and Remedi MS