Posted February 22, 2010
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Dr. Gary Walker
Department of Biological Sciences

  • Ph.D., University of Colorado
  • B.S., University of Colorado
Telephone/Voice: 330.941.7177
Facsimile: 330.941.1483


Research Interests: 

The Walker laboratory is interested in understanding the role of cell division/cell growth associated protein phosphorylation pathways  in cellular differentiation and morphogenesis. In addition, the lab studies titin and its role in myogenesis and contractile regulation in developing myocytes.

Representative Publications:
  • Watkins T, Zelinka L, Kesic M, Ansevin CR, WALKER GR.  Identification of skeletal muscle autoantigens by expression library screening using sera from autoimmune rippling muscle disease (ARMD) patients.  Journal of Cellular Biochemistry99: 79-87, 2006.  [PubMed Link]  [OhioLink]
  • Chandler JM, Treece ER, Trenary HR, Brenneman JL, Flickner TJ, Frommelt JL, Oo ZM, Patterson MM, Rundle WT, Valle OV, Kim YD, WALKER GR, Cooper CR Jr.  Protein profiling of the dimorphic, pathogenic fungus, Penicillium marneffei.  Proteome Science  6: 17, 2008.  [PubMed Link]  [Full Text/PDF]

CACB Principle Investigators
[links to research project descriptions and contact information for each PI]
  >  Dr. David Asch
  >  Dr. Ganesaratnam Balendiran
  >  Dr. Jon Caguiat
  >  Dr. Chet Cooper
  >  Dr. Diana Fagan
  >  Dr. Jozsi Jalics
  >  Dr. Xiangjia Min
  >  Dr. Peter Norris
  >  Dr. Yogen Panta
  >  Dr. Doug Price
  >  Dr. Nina Stourman
  >  Dr. Gary Walker
  >  Mr. Rob Wardle
  >  Dr. George Yates

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