RESEARCH TOPICS OF LABORATORIES

DG Allen      			cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle, 
MUSCLE CELL FUNCTION		intracellular calcium, ionic regulation, hypoxia,
LABORATORY			ischaemia, fatigue, length changes     

MR Bennett    			synapse, plasticity, secretion, development, 
NEUROBIOLOGY			growth factory, synapse formation
LABORATORY

W Burke     			central visual pathways and function, neural degeneration
BRAIN RESEARCH 			and regeneration in the CNS, myoclonus
LABORATORY

S Carlile 			representations of auditory space, neurophysiology,
AUDITORY NEUROSCIENCE 		bioacoustics, auditory psychophysics
LABORATORY

DI Cook      			epithelial transport, ions, membranes, channels, 
EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT 		second messengers, early embryonic development
LABORATORY

RAL Dampney      		blood pressure control, brainstem, neuroanatomy,
CARDIOVASCULAR 			immunohistochemistry, immediate early genes,
LABORATORY           		transmitters, cardiovascular reflexes
(NEURAL CONTROL)

DF Davey      			nerve, muscle, embryology, morphometry, Schwann cells, 
DEVELOPMENT & REGENERATION	intracellular calcium, neuron-glia signalling
LABORATORY      

JFY Hoh     			myosin, myogenesis, fibre types, monoclonal antibodies, 
MUSCLE RESEARCH 		heart, inotropy, molecular biology
LABORATORY 

NA Lavidis     			opiates, tolerance, addiction, neuropharmacology,
NARCOTICS RESEARCH		presynaptic inhibition, calcium channels,
LABORATORY			neurotransmission


PR Martin & AE Sefton		retina, lateral geniculate nucleus, neurotransmitters,
VISION LABORATORY     		colour vision, cell death, neural transplants, visual      
				pathways, growth factors 

RS Mason     			bone formation, vitamin D, melanocytes, keratinocytes,     
SKIN & BONE LABORATORY		sun adaptation, oncogenic osteomalacia
(ENDOCRINE FUNCTION)      

BJ Morris     	 		gene regulation, molecular genetics, renin, insulin
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY &    		receptor, glucagon receptor, angiotensinogen, 
HYPERTENSION LABORATORY		kallikrein


WD Phillips      		synapse, nerve, muscle, development, molecular biology
MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
LABORATORY  


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