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Gary A. Weisman

Research relates to effects of ischemia and Alzheimer’s disease on nucleotide receptors and their signal transduction pathways in the brain to develop therapeutic strategies for these diseases

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Grace Y. Sun

Signal transduction pathways, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and alcoholism

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Agnes Simonyi

Biochemical mechanisms underlying learning and memory with particular focus on specific subtypes of metabotropic glutamate receptors

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Lixing Reneker

Signal transduction pathways in lens development; Factors controlling corneal endothelial cell formation and differentiation

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Michael J. Petris

There is evidence that redox active metals such as copper contribute to Alzheimer’s disease.  We are interested in characterizing how changes in metal ion homeostasis contribute to Alzheimer’s disease with an emphasis on inflammation.

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Mark Hannink

The BTB-Kelch substrate adaptor family in development, oncogenesis and neurodegeneration

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