Internal Medicine

 

Gumei Li

Beverly Davidson
MartinH

Hayley S. McLoughlin

Recent publications
Chad Leugers

Chad Leugers

Gloria Lee
My general research interests are in neuronal differentiation and development, as well as the neurodegenerative diseases with tau pathology. Our lab studies the microtubule associated protein tau and aims to identify novel functions for this protein that link tau with neuronal signal transduction...
Mark Hoegger

Mark Hoegger

Interactions with the NR1 subunit of the NMDA-type glutamate receptor.
SandsMegan

Megan Keiser

Beverly Davidson
Francis Abboud

Francois M. Abboud, MD

Title/Position
Professor
Edith King Pearson Chair of Cardiovascular Research
Research interests are directed toward the neural regulation of the circulation in pathologic states such as hypertension and heart failure. Specific studies examine the cellular and molecular mechanisms of mechanical activation of baroreceptor neurons and the role of mechanosensitive ion channels...
SabharwalRasna

Rasna Sabharwal, PhD

Title/Position
Assistant Professor
My research focuses on elucidating central brain mechanisms underlying Alzheimer’s disease, psychosocial disorders, heart failure and sudden cardiac death. The lab uses multidisciplinary approaches including radiotelemetry, optogenetics, neurophysiology, pharmacology, behavioral and molecular...
Long-Sheng Song

Long-Sheng Song, MD

Title/Position
Professor
Research in the Song laboratory aims to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms that causes heart failure and arrhythmias. In particular, we are interested in unraveling the novel functions of the E-C coupling structure protein junctophilin-2 in heart cells and its implications in these...
 

Shunguang Wei

Robert Felder
I am currently studying the role of forebrain on the sympathetic nerve activity in heart failure, focusing on the brain renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system and pertinent neurotransmitter mechanisms within the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus (PVN) and in the rostral ventrolateral medulla...