David Cafiso -- Professor of Chemistry; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1979. Work in our laboratory is directed at studying membranes and membrane proteins.

dsc0b@virginia.edu  434-924-3067  Box 400319  Chemistry Building Rm 188A  
Linda Columbus -- Associate Professor of Chemistry; Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles, 2001. To address the challenges in membrane protein structural biology. To investigate the structural determinants of bacterial pathogen - host interactions mediated by membrane proteins.

columbus@virginia.edu   434-243-2123  Box 400319  Physical Life Sciences Building Rm 106  
Irving Kron -- Professor and Chair, Department of Surgery; M.D.

ilk@virginia.edu  434-924-2158  Box 800679    
Victor Laubach -- Associate Professor of Surgery; Ph.D., George Washington University , 1993. Mechanisms of compensatory lung growth and pulmonary ischemia/reperfusion injury.

vel8n@virginia.edu  434-924-2927  Box 801359  MR-4 Rm 3112  
Coleen McNamara -- Professor, Cardiovascular Research Center; M.D. Understanding the role of helix-loop-helix transcription regulators in vascular lesion formation.

cam8c@virginia.edu  434-982-3366  Box 800158  MR-5 Rm G231  
Margaret Shupnik -- Professor, Division of Endocrinology; Ph.D., Senior Associate Dean for Research. University of Wisconsin , 1978.Hormonal modulation of pituitary gene transcription.

mas3x@virginia.edu  434-982-0010  800578  Multi-Story Rm 7141  
Amy Tucker -- Associate Professor, Cardiovascular Medicine M.D., University of North Carolina. The role of adenosine in cardiac protection and angiogenesis. Primary Division of Cardiology

alt8t@virginia.edu  434-982-3365  Box 801394  MR-5 Rm G219 
Zhen Yan -- Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, 1995. Muscle plasticity and mitochondrial quality on physiological function and diseases.

zhen.yan@virginia.edu  434-982-4477  Box 801394  MR4 Rm 6041A  

Research Faculty