Braden Lobingier, PhD

  • Assistant Professor of Chemical Physiology and Biochemistry, School of Medicine

Biography

The goal of our lab is to understand drug action at the cellular level. We focus on one of the most prevalent drug targets in the human body, G protein-coupled receptors. GPCRs reside at the interface of chemistry and biology: detecting small molecules—such as neurotransmitters, hormones, or peptides—and translating that information into a physiological response. We are particularly interested in specific GPCRs involved in drug abuse and mental health, and we study these proteins with approaches ranging from chemical biology and genomics to in vitro reconstitution and proteomics.

Education

  • B.A., 2006, Whitman College
  • Ph.D., 2013, University of Washington
  • Fellowship:

    • Postdoctoral Fellowship | University of California San Francisco | 2013-2019

Areas of interest

  • Signaling and trafficking of membrane proteins
  • GPCR pharmacology

Publications

Publications

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