Barbara Sanborn

Emeritus Faculty Biomedical Sciences

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About Barbara

Hormones are molecular signals that alter cell function. Understanding how hormones convey their signals is critical for understanding basic cell biology and disease states, and for designing intervention strategies. Research in my laboratory focuses on defining the molecular signal transduction pathways of hormone action relating to the control of differentiation and intracellular calcium dynamics in the myometrium (uterine smooth muscle).

Education

PhD, Boston University, Boston MA, 1968MA, Boston University, Boston MA, 1965BA, Hope College, Holland MI, 1962

                


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