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Dr Andrew Bahn (Physiology)

Transport physiology; Urate; Gout; Prostate cancer; Kidney physiology; Gastrointestinal physiology
Work: 64 3 479 7314 | Mobile: 64 21 2106 867

Professor Colin Brown (Physiology)

Oxytocin regulation of reproduction and behaviour; Vasopressin regulation of body fluid balance; Bodyweight regulation
Work: 64 3 479 7354

Associate Professor Grant Butt (Physiology)

Intestinal stem cells; Regulation of lineage development in the intestinal epithelium; Crohn’s disease and the intestinal barrier
Work: 64 3 479 7319

Ms Tanya Cheung (Physiology)

Molecular biology; Genetics; Cell culture
Work: 64 3 479 6371

Dr Phil Heyward (Physiology)

Sense of smell; Olfaction
Work: 64 3 479 7383 | Home: 64 3 453 5822

Professor Brian Hyland (Physiology)

Brain reward systems; Brain mechanisms for movement control; Research into treatments for Parkinson's disease
Work: 64 3 479 7342

Dr Pete Jones (Physiology)

Cardiac physiology; Heart failure; Cardiac arrhythmias; Molecular and cellular mechanisms of heart disease; Treatment of arrhythmia
Work: 64 3 479 3548

Associate Professor Rajesh Katare (Physiology)

Molecular cardiovascular biology; Diabetic heart diseases; MicroRNAs; Identification of biomarkers; Ischemia-reperfusion injury; Stem cells
Work: 64 3 479 7292

Dr Regis Lamberts (Physiology)

Cardiac function; Coronary circulation; Obesity; Diabetes; Isolated cardiac muscle/heart; AMPK enzyme; Adrenergic signaling/receptors; Calcium handling
Work: 64 3 479 3547

Associate Professor Fiona McDonald (Physiology)

Genetic Hypertension and epithelial sodium channel; Protein degradation; Protein-protein interaction and the use of GMOs in research and teaching
Work: 64 3 479 7329

Associate Professor Philip Sheard (Physiology)

Transmitted light and fluorescence microscopy; Confocal microscopy; Electrophysiology; Immunohistochemistry; Digital imaging
Work: 64 3 479 7045

Dr Alexander Tups (Physiology)

Neuroendocrinology - obesity, diabetes and Alzheimer research
Work: 64 3 479 4862

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