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Dr. GPCR Podcast

Dr. Arthur Christopoulos

About Dr. Neil Grimsey


"During my postdoctoral studies at USCD, I discovered a novel GPCR-dependent atypical kinase activation mechanism that drives vascular edema and inflammation. These studies shaped my future goals as an Assistant Professor in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Georgia Athens. My group studies the spatiotemporal dynamics of atypical inflammation and the control of disease progression. We have developed an array of fluorescent biosensors to map kinase activity in living cells and are exploring innovative techniques to delineate the molecular dynamics of atypical p38 and suppress kinase activation. To further define the role of atypical p38 signaling responses we are studying how atypical p38 controls the onset and pathogenesis of acute lung injury, retinal vasculopathies, and infections."



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