Richard L. Simmons Professor of Surgery
Liver cancer cell signaling and hepatic I/R injury
Jack D. Myers Professor and Chair, Department of Medicine
- The nitrite anion is a circulating storage pool for NO bioactivity that regulates hypoxic vasodilation and the cellular resilience to low oxygen and ischemia
- A novel physiological function for hemoglobin as an electronically- and allosterically-regulated nitrite reductase
- The characterization of a novel mechanism of disease, hemolysis-associated endothelial dysfunction
- The mechanistic, clinical, and epidemiological description of a human disease syndrome, hemolysis-associated pulmonary hypertension.
- The biochemistry of hemoglobin superfamily members, including neuroglobin, and relevance to carbon monoxide poisoning