The 1998 A. R. Martin Lecture

Department of Physiology and Biophysics
University of Colorado School of Medicine

The 4th Annual A. R. Martin Lecture was presented by

Dr. Rod MacKinnon

Rockefeller University

"Structure and Function of The K Channel"

Four graduate students and postdocs presented their work at a Minisymposium. Pictured below, left to right:

  • Dr. Thomas Rich, Postdoctoral Fellow ("Development of a novel sensor for cyclic AMP: what have we learned thus far?")
  • Dr. Teresa Nick, Postdoctoral Fellow ("Regulation of electrical excitability in Xenopus motor neurons")
  • Dr. MacKinnon
  • Teri Whisenand, Predoctoral Fellow ("The effects of negatively-charged sugars on the function of voltage-gated sodium channels")
  • Dr. Amanda Cochilla, Postdoctoral Fellow ("Dopamine regulates release of dense cores from neuroendocrine cells")

Mini-symposium presenters 1998


Photo collage from 1998 A R Martin Lecture

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