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Class B GPCRs and their interactions with RAMPs: opportunities and challenges for treating migraine and more

Debbie is a Professor of Biochemistry and Pharmacology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She is a current James Cook Research Fellow (Royal Society of New Zealand)...
When Sep 05, 2018
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Pharmacology Department
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Professor Debbie Hay

Debbie is a Professor of Biochemistry and Pharmacology at the University of
Auckland, New Zealand. She is a current James Cook Research Fellow (Royal
Society of New Zealand), with a particular interest in class B G
protein-coupled receptors, including those for CGRP, amylin and the
adrenomedullins. Her team had made contributions to determining the
pharmacology, mode of ligand binding and signalling, and tissue expression
of these receptors, and is developing new analogues and tools to study
these peptide-receptor systems. She is an Editor of the British Journal of
Pharmacology, an NC-IUPHAR corresponding member and is Chair of the
NC-IUPHAR subcommittee on calcitonin family receptors. She has >130
publications and has won awards for research, teaching and service to her
discipline.
 

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