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Valeria Vásquez, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
PhD, Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics Program, Department of Physiology, University of Virginia
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford University School of Medicine
Licentiate, Cell Biology Program, Universidad Central de Venezuela

Mailing Address:
Memphis , TN
vvasquez@uthsc.edu

Research Interests

The Vásquez lab aims to understand the functional, structural, and molecular mechanism by which mechanosensitive channels respond to mechanical stimuli and help delineate a general framework for their roles in health and disease. The lab follows two main avenues: 1) in vitro biochemical and biophysical approaches to study protein-protein and protein-lipid interactions of bona fide mechanosensitive channel complexes, and 2) in vivo approaches to characterize mechanosensitive channels in C. elegans having novel physiological roles.

Source:  https://www.uthsc.edu/physiology/faculty/vvasquez.php

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