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    Localization of myosin binding protein-C (MyBPC) in the cardiac sarcomere

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    Digital reconstruction of axonal pathways

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    Hsp90 localization in renal epithelia

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    Join our program and get your Masters of Science in Medical Physiology

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    Join Our PhD Program and do Groundbreaking Research

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    Na+-K+ ATPase in the basolateral membranes of mouse proximal tubules

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    Functional analysis of the perfused rat heart

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    Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) in nerves after moderate hypoxia

Educational Programs: MS in Medical Physiology & PhD
Faculty
  • Joseph C. LaManna, PhD

    Joseph C. LaManna, PhD

  • Michael J. Decker, PhD

    Michael J. Decker, PhD

  • Fraser J. Moss, PhD

    Fraser J. Moss, PhD

  • Kui Xu, MD, PhD

    Kui Xu, MD, PhD

  • Sudha Chakrapani, PhD

    Sudha Chakrapani, PhD

  • Stephen W. Jones, PhD

    Stephen W. Jones, PhD

  • Rajesh Ramachandran, PhD

    Rajesh Ramachandran, PhD

  • Witold K. Surewicz, PhD

    Witold K. Surewicz, PhD

  • Walter F. Boron, MD, PhD

    Walter F. Boron, MD, PhD

  • Matthias Buck

    Matthias Buck

  • Jessica C. Taylor, PhD

    Jessica C. Taylor, PhD

  • Corey Smith, PhD

    Corey Smith, PhD

  • Tingwei Mu, PhD

    Tingwei Mu, PhD

  • Xinghong Dai, PhD

    Xinghong Dai, PhD

  • Nami Tajima

    Nami Tajima

  • Andrea Romani, MD, PhD

    Andrea Romani, MD, PhD

  • Patrick Osei-Owusu, PhD, FAHA

    Patrick Osei-Owusu, PhD, FAHA

  • Julian E. Stelzer, PhD

    Julian E. Stelzer, PhD

  • Agustin Gonzalez-Vicente, PhD

    Agustin Gonzalez-Vicente, PhD

  • George R. Dubyak, PhD

    George R. Dubyak, PhD

  • Xin Qi, PhD

    Xin Qi, PhD

  • Jeffrey L. Garvin, PhD

    Jeffrey L. Garvin, PhD

  • Rossana Occhipinti, PhD

    Rossana Occhipinti, PhD

  • William P. Schilling, PhD

    William P. Schilling, PhD

Research
Research Mission
Our research mission benefits from a rare combination of faculty who address important translational problems in physiology and biophysics across a broad spectrum of integration—from the level of the atomic structure of molecules, through living cells and organ systems, and up to the whole organism. The major programmatic foci of our research are cardiovascular, renal, and neuronal function in health and disease.
Educational Mission
Our educational mission is to utilize a rigorous curriculum with faculty advising services, access to a wide range of enrichment opportunities in Cleveland's healthcare hub community and extend it to the tremendous success of our graduates. The Physiology and Biophysics Department offers two training programs: One that leads to a PhD degree in Physiology and Biophysics that predomintantly weighs on the underlying diseases of the brain, heart, and kidneys. The second program a Master of Science in Medical Physiology was developed to help students become more competitive applicants to medical school, dental school, and other professional clinical programs.