Primary Faculty

James Alb, PhD

Assistant Professor
Research:  mouse transgenic and knockout generation
Office:  326 Taylor Hall
Phone:  919-966-2207
 

Eva Anton, PhD

Professor
Research:  molecular analysis of neuronal migration and layer formation in cerebral
Office:  7109B Neuroscience Research Building
Phone:  919-843-6114
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William Arendshorst, PhD

Professor
Research:  hormone/paracrine/autocrine regulation of the renal microcirculation, calcium signaling in vascular smooth muscle cells, pathophysiology of hypertension
Office:  6341B MBRB
Phone:  919-966-1067
  

Sreeja Asokan, PhD

Assistant Professor
Research:  directed cell migration, cell signaling, mechanobiology
Office:  21-233 LCCC
Phone:  919-966-5398

James Bear, PhD

Professor
Research:  molecule-based and unbiased genetic/proteomic approaches to understanding cell migration and other aspects of actin-based motility
Office:   21-223 LCCC
Phone:  919-966-5471

Jay Brenman, PhD

Professor/Director of Graduate Studies
Research:  genetic models and signaling relevant to metabolic disease and type 2 diabetes
Office:  8109A NRB
Phone:  919-843-3637
 

Patrick Brennwald, PhD

Professor
Research:  cell polarity and vesicle transport in eukaryotic cells
Office:  4312C MBRB
Phone:  919-843-4995
 

Michael Bressan, PhD

Assistant Professor
Research:  Multicellular organ systems routinely utilize biorhythmic electrochemical oscillators to coordinate and order physiological processes
Office:  6341C MBRB
Phone:  919-843-9455
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Alain Burette, PhD

Assistant Professor
Office:  314 Taylor Hall
Phone:  919-966-1277

Keith Burridge, PhD

Kenan Distinguished Professor
Research:  signaling that occurs downstream from integrin-mediated focal adhesions and cadherin-mediated cell-cell adhesions; understanding Rho family GTPases; mechanotransduction; leukocyte transendothelial migration
Office:  12-016 LCCC
Phone:  919-966-5783