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School of Medicine Columbia

Faculty and Staff

Clinton Webb, Ph.D.

Title: Director of Cardiovascular Translational Research Center
Department: Cell Biology and Anatomy
School of Medicine Columbia
Phone: 803-216-3905
Office: Cardiovascular Translational Research Center, Bldg 3, Room 250
Resources: Cardiovascular Translational Research Center
Clinton Webb
Educational Background
1963-1967      Mt. Vernon Township High School, Mt. Vernon, Illinois
1967-1968      University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
1968-1971      Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, B.A. (Physiology)
1972-1973      Southern Illinois University, Graduate School, Carbondale, Illinois, M.S.  (Physiology)
1973-1976      University of Iowa, Graduate School, Iowa City, Iowa, Ph.D. (Anatomy)
Postdoctoral Education
1976-1978      University of Michigan, Department of Physiology, (Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Michigan Heart Association).  Mentor:  David F. Bohr, M.D.
1978-1979      Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen, Department of Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium (Research Associate).  Mentor:  Paul M. Vanhoutte, M.D., Ph.D.
Research Interests

The physiology of smooth muscle, with particular emphasis placed on: 1) vascular reactivity in hypertension and diabetes, 2) penile and clitoral erection in sexual dysfunction, 3) mechanisms of bladder dysfunction in diabetes, 4) cellular and subcellular mechanisms of contraction and relaxation of vascular smooth muscle (cell signaling, electrogenic sodium pump, subcellular calcium distribution, monovalent cation movements, nitric oxide, RhoA/Rho kinase, etc.), 5) adrenergic neurotransmission in blood vessels, and 6) intercellular communication between smooth muscle cells.

View my full CV here:  Curriculum Vitae [Word Document]

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