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Dr. GPCR Podcast

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About Dr. Paul J. Gasser


"I received my BS and MS in Zoology & Physiology at the University of Wyoming, where I studied signaling processes involved in light-induced regulation of melatonin synthesis in the rainbow trout pineal organ, a directly photosensitive endocrine organ. I received my PhD in Biology at Arizona State University, where I worked in the lab of Miles Orchinik, studying cellular mechanisms underlying non-genomic actions of corticosteroid hormones. My postdoctoral work, conducted at the University of Bristol, UK, in Christopher Lowry's lab, examined the role of organic cation transporter 3 (OCT3) in the regulation of monoamine signaling in the brain. I joined the faculty of Biomedical Sciences at Marquette in 2007. I teach undergraduate Biochemistry and a variety of graduate neuroscience courses. Research in my lab is currently focused on understanding the signal transduction pathways activated by beta-adrenergic receptors localized to the inner nuclear membrane and their role in the regulation of gene expression."



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