Joyce Harts Hurley, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Education/ Training:
Ph.D. Purdue University (1995)

Research focus: The role of calcium channels in migraine.

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Recent Publications: 

Hurley JH., Bloem, L.J., Pavalko, F., Liu, J., Tian, M., Simon, J.R. and Yu, L. 1998 Structure-function studies of the eighth hydrophobic domain of a serotonin receptor. Journal of Neurochemistry, . 72(1):413-421.

Cahill, A.L.,Hurley JH.,and Fox, A.P. 1999 Co-expression of cloned ?1B, ?2a, and ?2? subunits produces non-inactivating calcium currents similar to those found in bovine chromaffin cells. Journal of Neuroscience. 20, 1685-1693.

Hurley JH., Cahill, A.L., Currie, K.P.M. and Fox, A.P. 2000 The role of dynamic palmitoylation of the ?2a subunit in calcium channel inactivation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 97, 9293-9298.

Hurley JH., Zhang, S., Bye, L.S., Marshall, M.S., DePaoli-Roach, A., Guan, K., Fox, A.P.and Yu, L. 2003 Insulin signaling inhibits the 5-HT 2C receptor in choroid plexus via MAP kinase. BMC Neuroscience. 4:10.

Hurley JH., Cahill, A.L., Wang, M. and Fox, A.P. 2004 Syntaxin 1A regulation of weakly inactivating N-type Ca 2+ channels. Journal of Physiology. 560.2, 351-363.

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