Rose Dixon, Ph.D.

Rose Dixon

Position Title
Assistant Professor

  • Physiology and Membrane Biology
Bio

Department: Physiology and Membrane Biology
Research Interests:

Regulation and Modulation of Cardiac L-type Ca2+ Channels


Research Summary:

Research in my laboratory centers around a class of ion channel expressed in cardiac muscle (and all excitable cells) called CaV1.2. These L-type Ca2+ channels play an essential role in cardiac excitation-contraction coupling (EC coupling) and so it follows that any alterations in their activity or gating exerts profound effects on cardiac performance.


Lab Rotation Availability: Yes
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