CoBRE Project Investigators

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Beverly Piggott

Division of Biological Sciences
Research area: Defining the molecular and cellular basis of voltage-gated sodium channel, Para, in Drosophila brain development and brain tumors

Travis Hughes

Travis Hughes

Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Research area: Structural definition of biased signaling in the nuclear receptor PPARγ

 

Monica Serban

Monica Serban

Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Research area: Mechanistic Investigation of Hyaluronan-Antioxidant Conjugates in Ear Cells

Previously funded

Celine Beamer

Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Research area: Defining how AhR ligands alter the phenotype and function of innate lymphoid cells.

Funded: 2014-2018

Orion Berryman

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Research area: Catalysis with Non-covalent Interactions

Funded: 2012-2015

Klara Briknarova

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Research areaStructural studies of Arenaviral envelope glycoprotein

Funded: 2011-2014

Xi Chu

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Research areaComputational comparison of the mechanism of adenylyl cyclase in mammals and in pathogens

Funded: 2011-2014

Philippe Diaz

Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Research area: Inhibition of retinoic acid metabolism in the brain for the treatment of traumatic brain injury

Funded: 2016-2020

Kasper Hansen

Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Research area: Structural and functional analysis of GluN3-containing NMDA receptors

Funded: 2015-2017

Valeriy Smirnov

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Research areaStudies of the reaction mechanism in heme dioxygenases using oxygen isotope fractionation techniques

Funded: 2011-2014

Andrea Stierle

Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Research area: Synthesis of more potent inhibitors of molecular pathyways associated with EMT

Funded: 2015-2017

Dong Wang

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Research area: Implementing biomimetic and bio-inspired strategies in the design of new catalytic systems for energy-demanding transformations

Funded: 2016-2020

Travis Wheeler

Department of Computer Science
Research area: Methods for fast bio-sequence comparison with profile hidden Markov models

Funded: 2017-2020

Erica Woodahl

Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Research areaStructural and functional analysis of genetic polymorphisms in the P-glycoprotein (ABCB1) drug transporter

Funded: 2011-2014