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 Roger Colbran    Molecular Physiology &                  Biophysics            Vanderbilt University        Nashville TN 37232-0615

LAB: RRB Room 724       Phone: 615-936-1630


Mark Anderson, Univ. Iowa

 Our studies with the Anderson lab are probing mechanisms underlying the regulation of L-type voltage gated Ca2+ channels by CaMKII.  Here is a link to his web site.

Paula Barrett, Univ. of Virginia

 We have helped the Barrett lab show that CaMKII binds to and phosphorylate the II-III intracellular loop of T-type voltage gated Ca2+ channels to facilitate Ca2+ entry.  Here is a link to her lab web site.

Ariel Deutch, Psychiatry, Vanderbilt

Dr. Deutch is a leader in Parkinson's Disease research and our collaborative studies are directed at understanding the role of disruptions of signal transduction in dendritic spines following dopamine depletion.  Here is a link to his Web site.

Aurelio Galli, MPB, Vanderbilt

We are helping the Galli lab probe the role of CaMKII in modulating the trafficking and activity of monoamine transporters (DAT and NET).  Here is a link to his web page.

David Lovinger, NIAAA

Our studies with the Lovinger lab are probing the role of CaMKII is regulating excitatory synaptic transmission.  Here is a link to his web site.

Hassane Mchaourab, MPB, Vanderbilt

Our collaboration with the Mchaourab lab is using electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy to probe the structure of CaMKII in different activation states.  Here is a link to his lab web site.

Amy Lee, University of Iowa

 Our studies with Amy Lee are investigating the regulation of CaV1.3 L-type calcium channels by CaMKII.

Danny Winder, MPB, Vanderbilt

We are collaborating with the Winder lab to probe the role of signaling mechanisms in drug addiction and Parkinson's Disease.   Here is a link to his lab web site.

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