Gregory AmbergProfessor, Biomedical Sciences | CSU Faculty Lead & Basic Sciences, CUSOM Fort Collins branch Biomedical Sciences
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Dr. Gregory Amberg was born in Columbus, Ohio, and raised in Temple City, California. Subsequently, he resided in Idaho, Nevada, Washington, and Colorado. He completed his BS in Biology (University of California Riverside/Idaho State Univ.), PharmD (Idaho State Univ. College of Pharmacy), PhD (Cell & Molecular Pharmacology & Physiology; Univ. of Nevada Reno), and Postdoctoral Fellowship (Cardiovascular Physiology & Pathophysiology; Univ. of Washington). His involvement in teaching at the Colorado University School of Medicine at Colorado State University Branch Campus stems from a long-standing interest in promoting and integrating the basic biomedical sciences within modern medical education curricula. His teaching areas of interest include Physiology, Pharmacology, Cell & Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacotherapeutics. His research areas of interest include using electrophysiology and advanced imaging to study localized calcium and oxidant signaling mechanism in smooth muscle cells, neuroendocrine cells, and neurons.