Members     

Joe Casey

Joe Casey

PhD, University of Toronto
Bicarbonate transport in human disease. 

Xing-Zhen Chen

Xing-Zhen Chen

PhD, Physics, University of Montreal
Cellular function and regulation of polcystins.

Emmanuelle Cordat

Emmanuelle Cordat

PhD, Life Sciences in Nice/Sophia Antipolis University (France)
Bicarbonate Transporters in Renal Physiogogy.

Larry Fliegel

Larry Fliegel

PhD, University of Calgary
Regulation of intracellular pH via the Na+/H+ exchanger. 

Tom Hobman

Tom Hobman

PhD, University of British Columbia
Project I. Dynamics of RNA interference effector complexes.
Project II. Non-structural functions of virus capsid proteins.    

Joanne Lemieux

Joanne Lemieux

PhD, New York University Structural studies of membrane proteins associated with disease states. 

Nicolas Touret

Nicolas Touret

PhD, Molecular & Cellular Biology
Nice/Sophia Antipolis University (France)
Molecular cell biology of innate immune receptors.

Joel Weiner

Joel Weiner

PhD, Cornell University
Membrane protein structure and bioenergetics. 

Howard Young

Howard Young

PhD, University of Connecticut
Regulation of calcium transport in heart disease.

Jim Young

James Young

PhD University of Edinburgh, UK
Molecular physiology of nucleoside and amino acid transporter proteins.    



Associated Partners

 Todd Alexander

Todd Alexander

PhD, Dept. of Cell Biology, Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto
Regulated reabsorption of sodiu, bicarbonate and water in the renal proximal tubule.


 Chris Cheeseman

Chris Cheeseman

PhD, Physiology, University of Sheffield
Control of intestinal hexose and amino acid transport.


Harley Kurata

Harley Kurata

PhD, University of British Columbia             
Ion channel proteins involved in regulating and generating electrical excitation of cells


Elaine Leslie

 

Elaine Leslie

PhD, Queen's University
The role of transport proteins in toxicology   

 

Dr. Michael Overduin

Michael Overduin

PhD, Ph.D. The Rockefeller University