Michael Grabe, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Department||Cardiovascular Research Inst|
|Address||555 Mission Bay Blvd South|
San Francisco CA 94158
|Oakland Planning and Development Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA||2012||Shining Star Award (for community service)|
|University of Pittsburgh||2011||Senior Vice Chancellor's Research Seminar|
||2011||Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow in Molecular Biology|
|University of California, Berkeley||1997
||1998||Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor |
The Grabe lab uses computational methods to understand biological phenomena. We are primarily interested in ion and small molecule transport across cellular membranes. We wish to understand the molecular workings of ion channels and transporters as well as how these proteins work together to regulate ion homeostasis in excitable cells and intracellular organelles such as the lysosome. We are also interested in the role that membrane proteins play in controlling the intrinsic shape of organelles.
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