March 2nd
7th Annual Student Colloquium

 2010%208:57:22%20AM

Heidi Hamm, PhD
Earl W. Sutherland, Jr. Professor and Chair

Department of Pharmacology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
“G protein signaling mechanisms.”

Dr. Hamm CV

Dr. Hamm’s research interest are:

  • Structure and function of GTP binding proteins

  • Molecular mechanisms of signal transduction

  • Photoreceptors and visual transduction

  • Regulatory mechanisms of GTPases

  • Cellular and molecular neurobiology

Publications

Bilodeau, ML and HE Hamm. Regulation of PAR1 and PAR4 signaling in human platelets by compartmentalized cyclic nucleotide actions J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 2007 May 24 [Epub ahead of print] Read More

Oldham, WM, N Van Eps, AM Preininger, WL Hubbell, HE Hamm. Mapping allosteric connections from the receptor to the nucleotide-binding pocket of heterotrimeric G proteins. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 104(19): 7927-7932, 2007.] Read More

Voss, Bryan, JN McLaughlin, M Holinstat, R Zent, HE Hamm. PAR1, but not PAR4, activates human platelets through a Gi/o/PI3K signaling axis. Mol. Pharmacol. 71(5): 1399-1406, 2007.] Read More

Huang, Kui, B Voss, D Kumar, HE Hamm, Eva Harth. Dendritic Molecular Transporters Provide Control of Delivery to Intracellular Compartments. Bioconjugate Chem. 18(2):403-9, 2007.]

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