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Department Committees

The Department of Physiology and Biophysics maintains multiple standing committees to cover specific functions in support of education, research and infrastructure within the department. These committees are listed here with roster and contact information provided.

Website Committee

The departmental web site is designed and administered by a standing committee of faculty and staff. Current committee membership and contact information is provided below.

Dale E. Huffman

Dale E. Huffman

Analyst Programmer 4
Boron Lab
Software/Hardware Design
E552A
216-368-5528 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Paul Zawolowycz

Paul Zawolowycz

Information Technology Specialist
IT Support
E505 Robbins Building
216-368-5529 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Michael Little

Michael Little

Department Assistant 2
School of Medicine E-527
216-368-3400 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Bart Jarmusch

Bart Jarmusch

Manager of Graduate Education
School of Medicine Robbins E527
216-368-2084 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Thomas M. Nosek, PhD

Thomas M. Nosek, PhD

Professor Emeritus
Cellular basis of muscle fatigue
Robbins E517
216-368-3242 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Morley Schwebel

Morley Schwebel

Administrative Manager
School of Medicine E527
216-368-3401 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Corey Smith, PhD

Corey Smith, PhD

Professor
Smith Lab
Regulation of the sympatho-adrenal stress response.
Robbins E510
216-368-3487 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Andrea Romani, MD, PhD

Andrea Romani, MD, PhD

Associate Professor
Romani Lab
Regulation of magnesium homeostasis and transport in mammalian cells
Robbins E528
216-368-1625 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Walter F. Boron, MD, PhD

Walter F. Boron, MD, PhD

Myers/Scarpa Professor and Chair
Boron Lab
Regulation of intracellular pH, gas channels
Robbins E524
216-368-8978 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Julian E. Stelzer, PhD

Julian E. Stelzer, PhD

Associate Professor
Stelzer Lab
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of cardiac muscle contraction in health and disease
Robbins E522
216-368-8636 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

Michael J. Decker, PhD

Michael J. Decker, PhD

Associate Professor
Decker Lab
Defining mechanisms affecting neural structure & function during exposure to extremely high altitude. 
Robbins E510
216-368-2467 (office) 216-368-5586 (fax)

William P. Schilling, PhD

William P. Schilling, PhD

Professor and Vice Chair
Structure, function, and regulation of mammalian TRPC channels, mechanisms of Ca2+ dyshomeostasis during oxidative stress
Rammelkamp Center for Research Room R322
216-778-8965 (office) 216-778-8282 (fax)