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Faculty Directory - Membranes and organelles

Associate Professor
Cell Biology
Cellular and physiologic mechanisms controlling morphogenesis
(919) 681-9268
HHMI investigator/James B Duke Professor
Biochemistry
The molecular organization of plasma membranes in differentiated vertebrate cells and to the role of such cellular-level structure in normal physiology and disease.
919-684-3538
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Biochemistry
Cell signaling through protein glycosylation, using chemical, biochemical and cell biological methods.
(919) 684-9906
James B. Duke Professor
Cell Biology
Molecular and cellular mechanisms by which G protein-coupled receptors control normal and abnormal physiological functions.
919-684-5433
Assistant Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Fundamental processes underlying infectious disease.
(919)684-7109
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Intracellular innate immunity to hepatitis C virus and other RNA viruses
(919) 684-1921
Associate Professor
Biochemistry
Biochemical and genetic analysis of secretory outer membrane vesicles produced by pathogenic bacteria.
(919) 684-2545
George W. Brumley Associate Professor
Cell Biology
Adult neurogenesis and how the production of new neurons in the brain is sustained and regulated.
(919) 684-4612
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry
Structural and functional studies of ion channels and transporters
919-684-1005
Assistant Professor
Clinical Sciences
Autophagy lysosomal pathway in ocular physiology and pathophysiology.
(919) 681 4085
Professor of Cell Biology
Cell Biology
Membrane structure; protein-lipid interactions; roles of lipids on membrane channel activities
919-684-8950
Associate Dean for Research Training and Professor
Cell Biology
The spatiotemporal regulation of mRNA translation and how such regulation defines the subcellular architecture of protein synthesis.
(919) 684-8948
Associate Professor in Medicine, Assistant Professor in Cell Biology
Dynamics and functional roles of post-translational modifications of seven-transmembrane G protein-coupled receptors and β-arrestins.
(919) 681-5061
Vice Dean of Basic Sciences and Associate Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Biochemical, functional genomic and cell biological approaches to understand how intracellular bacterial pathogens manipulate their host cells.
919-668-3831
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry
The molecular basis of ion and lipid transport across cell membranes and their impacts on health and disease.
(919) 684-1406