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Boyden

BOYDEN, PENELOPE A. Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmacology

Cardiac electrophysiology; mechanisms of arrhythmias in experimental and naturally occurring animal models of disease 

Office: Physicians & Surgeons| 7th floor | Room 464
Telephone: 212.305.7907
Email:
pab4@columbia.edu

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Colecraft

COLECRAFT, HENRY M, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Physiology & Cellular Biophysics and Pharmacology

Molecular Physiology of Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channels.

Office: Russ Berrie Pavilion| 5th floor | Room 504
Telephone: 212.851.5372
Fax: 212.851.5375
Email:
hc2405@columbia.edu

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Fan

FAN, QIANG R, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology & Pathology

Structural biology; cell surface receptor-ligand recognition.

Office: Physicians & Surgeons | 7th Floor | Room 430
Telephone: 212.342.0115
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
qf13@columbia.edu

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Feinmark

FEINMARK, STEVEN J, PH.D.
Senior Research Sientist in Pharmacology

Arachidonic acid metabolism in inflammatory cells and the nervous system; synthesis, biological and pharmacological activities of leuotrienes and PAF.

Office: Black Building| 7th Floor | Room BB
Telephone: 212.305.3567
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
sjf1@columbia.edu

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Goldberg

GOLDBERG, DANIEL J, PH.D.
Professor of Pharmacology & Neuroscience

Growth of neuronal processes and formation of synapses during development and learning.

Office: Physicians & Surgeons | 7th Floor | Room 517
Telephone: 212.305.1673
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
djg5@columbia.edu

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Graziano

GRAZIANO, JOSEPH H, PH.D.
Professor of Enviromental Health Sciences; Professor of Pharmacology

Consequences of exposure to metals, both on the molecular and population levels.

Office: 722 West 168th Street | Room 1107F
Telephone: 212.305.1678
Fax: 212.305.3857
Email:
jg24@columbia.edu

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Harrison

HARRISON, NEIL L, PH.D.
Professor of Anesthesiology & Pharmacology

Biophysics/Ion Channels, Synapses & Circuits.

Office: Presbyterian Hospital | 5th Floor | Room
Telephone: 212.304.6459
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
nh2298@columbia.edu

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Hen

HEN, RENE, PH.D.
Professor of Neuroscience and Pharmacology (in Psychiatry)

Serotonin receptors and behavior.

Office: Lawrence C. Kolb Research Building | 7th Floor | Room 767
Telephone: 212.543.5328
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
rh95@columbia.edu

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Jonathan

JAVITCH, JONATHAN A, M.D. , PH.D.
Lieber Professor of Psychiatry and Pharmacolgy

G-protein coupled receptors: structural bases for pharmacological specificity and function; neurotransmitter transporters: biophysics, bicochemistry and regulation.

Office: Physicians & Surgeons | 11th Floor | Room 401
Telephone: 212.305.7308
Fax: 212.305.5594
Email:
jaj2@columbia.edu

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Ju

JU, JINGYUE, PH.D.
Professor of Chemical Engineering and Pharmacology

Structural biology; cell surface receptor-ligand recognition.

Office: Columbia Main Campus| 819 SW Mudd | NY, NY
Telephone: 212.854.2487
Email:
qf13@columbia.edu

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Kass

KASS, ROBERT S, PH.D.
Chairman; Professor of Pharmacology, Vice Dean of Research

Regulation of ion channel expression in normal and genetically-altered cardiac cells: gene-targeted pharmacology of inherited cardiac arrhythmias

Office: Presbyterian Hospital | 7th Floor | Room 318
Telephone: 212.305.3720
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
rsk20@columbia.edu

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Christoph

KELLENDONK, CHRISTOPH, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology in Psychiatry

Molecular mechanisms that may underlie the cognitive deficits of schizophrenia.

Office: Physicians & Surgeons | 7th Floor | Room 421
Telephone: 212.342.3114
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
ck491@columbia.edu

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Marx

MARX, STEVEN O., M.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine-Cardiology, Pharmacology

Molecular biology/macromolecular complex formation of ion channels.

Office: Presbyterian Hospital | 3rd Floor | Room 3 Center
Telephone: 212.305.0271
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
sm460@columbia.edu

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Prince

PRINCE, ALICE S., M.D.
Professor of Pediatrics (Infectious Disease) in Pharmacology

Bacterial induction of cytokine signaling in epithelial cells.

Office: Black Building | 4th Floor | Room 418
Telephone: 212.305.4193
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
asp7@columbia.edu

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Robinson

ROBINSON, RICHARD B., PH.D.
Associate Dean for Graduate Affairs; Professor of Pharmacology in the Center for Molecular Therapeutics

Regulation of cardiac ion channels and autonomic signaling by development and disease; gene and cell therapies for cardiac arrhythmias.

Office: Presbyterian Hospital | 7W 318
Telephone: 212.305.8754
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
rbr1@columbia.edu

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Rosen

ROSEN, MICHAEL R., M.D.
Pfeiffer Professor of Pharmacology and Pediatrics; Director, Center for Molecular Therapeutics

Developmental biology of the heart; cardiac-autonomic interactions; Mechanisms for cardiac arrhythmias and their prevention and control.

Office: Presbyterian Hospital | 7th Floor | Room 7
Telephone: 212.305.8754
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
mrr1@columbia.edu

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Scholz

SCHOLZ, JOACHIM., M.D.
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pharmacology

Cellular and molecular mechanisms of chronic pain.

Office: Black Building | Room 1111
Telephone: 212.305.1274
Fax: 212.304.6539
Email:
js3932@mail.cumc.columbia.edu

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Siegelbaum

SIEGELBAUM, STEVEN A., PH.D.
Professor of Neuroscience and Pharmacology

Molecular studies of ion channel structure and function; synaptic transmission and plasticity in the mammalian brain.

Office: NYS Psychiatric Institute | Kolb Annex 6th Floor | Room 625
Telephone: 212.543.5246
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
sas8@columbia.edu

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Steinberg

STEINBERG, SUSAN F., M.D.
Professor of Pharmacology and Medicine in the Center for Molecular Therapeutics

Signal transduction that mediate the cardiac actions of G protein-coupled receptors for catecholamines as well as thrombin.

Office: NYS Psychiatric Institute | 7th Floor | Room 312
Telephone: 212.305.4297
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
sfs1@columbia.edu

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Sulzer

SULZER, DAVID L., M.D.
Professor of Neurobiology; Psychiatry-Neuroscience and Pharmacology

Synaptic connections that underlie learning as well as neurodegenerative diseases that occur at these synapses.

Office: Black Building | 3rd Floor | Room 305
Telephone: 212.305.3967
Fax: 212.305.8780
Email:
ds43@columbia.edu

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Witt

WIT, ANDREW L., PH.D.
Professor Emeritus & Special Lecturer

Mechanisms for arrhythmias caused by cardiac disease.

Office: Physicians & Surgeons | 7th Floor | Room 446
Telephone: 212.305.4197
Email:
alw4@columbia.edu

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