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ALDRICH, RICHARD W
Richard W Aldrich
Professor
Karl Folkers Chair in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research II

Molecular mechanisms of ion channels and signaling molecules.
512-232-6246
NHB 4.504
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ATKINSON, NIGEL S
Nigel S Atkinson
Professor
Molecular mechanisms underlying alcoholism
512-232-3404
PAT 228
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GOLDING, NACE L
Nace L Golding
Professor, Director (Academic)
To understand how sensory systems function and develop
512-232-4888
NHB 3.342
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HARRIS, R ADRON
R A Harris
Professor
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Chair in Molecular Biology

Investigating molecular mechanisms responsible for alcoholism and drug dependence.
512-232-2514
MBB 1.124
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Messing, Robert
Robert Messing
Professor, Director (0379)
MIHIC, S J
S J Mihic
Associate Professor
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Professorships in Molecular Biology

Developing a better understanding of how ligand-gated ion channels function
512-232-7173
MBB 1.148
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MORIKAWA, HITOSHI
Hitoshi Morikawa
Associate Professor
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Professorships in Molecular Biology

Neurobiology of reward learning and addiction
512-232-9299
PAT
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Mukhopadhyay, Somshuvra
Somshuvra Mukhopadhyay
Associate Professor
Metal ion homeostasis, membrane trafficking, mechanisms of neurologic and infectious diseases
512-232-8200
BME 3.510E
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Pierce, Jonathan
Jonathan Pierce
Associate Professor
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Professorships in Molecular Biology

The genetic mechanisms that govern behaviors and contribute to neurological disorders.
512-232-4137
NMS 5.116
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Senning, Eric
Eric Senning
Assistant Professor
ZAKON, HAROLD H
Harold H Zakon
Professor
The function, regulation, and evolution of voltage-dependent ion channels. The regulation of sodium and potassium channels by hormones.
512-471-0194
PAT
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ZEMELMAN, BORIS V.
Boris Zemelman
Associate Professor
The role of hippocampal microcircuits in memory formation and recall.
512-232-5796
NHB 3.116
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