Faculty

Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience Faculty

Chair:  Steve Simasko
(509) 335-6624
Departmental FAX: (509) 335-4650


Faculty

Pullman

Murali Chandra

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)
List of Publications

 

Spokane

Murali Chandra

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)
List of Publications

 

Vancouver

Murali Chandra

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)
List of Publications

 

Neuroscience Graduate Faculty

Pullman

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)

 

Spokane

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)

 

Vancouver

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)

 

Research Track Faculty

Pullman

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)

 

Emeritus Faculty

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)

 

Montana State University Adjunct Faculty

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)

 

Utah State University Adjunct Faculty

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)

 

All Other Adjunct Faculty

Murali Chandra

Professor

murali@wsu.edu

Office
Room: VBR 251
Phone: (509)-335-7561

Murali Chandra

 

Current Position

2014-Present Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
2007-2014 Associate Professor, IPN, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Research

Dr. Chandra's research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for regulation of the contractile machinery of heart muscle cells, and how myofilament remodeling is linked to pathogenesis of heart diseases. 

Education

1981B.Sc.Chemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1983M.Sc.Biochemistry, Karnataka University - Dharwad, India
1989Ph.D.Biochemistry, Australian National Uniersity - Canberra, Australia

Current Funding

NSF Mechanisms of Heat Shock Protein Regulation and Function in Muscles of a Model Teleost (Co-PI)
AHA Targeted in situ/in vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C (MyBPC) in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (Co-I)
CVM Intramural Research Project Targeted In Situ/In Vivo Reconstitution of Myosin Binding Protein C in the C-Zone of Cardiac Sarcomeres (PI)