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George Martin

George Martin

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Emeritus Professor of Lab Medicine and Pathology
Emeritus Professor of Genome Sciences

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Dr. Martin has led a long and productive career at the University of Washington, where he received his BS and MD degrees and has been a member of its faculty since 1957. He worked as a surgical pathologist and cytogeneticist in the UW Department of Pathology since 1957, and he served as the founding director […]

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Phillip G. Morgan

Phillip G. Morgan

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Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
Principal Investigator, Seattle Children's Research Institute

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Research Interest Research in the Morgan lab is focused on the role of mitochondrial function in disease, anesthetic response and aging.  We primarily utilize mutants in C. elegans and mice to uncover genetic factors that modulate mitochondrial biochemistry.  Selected publications Suthammarak W, Morgan PG, Sedensky MM. (2010). Mutations in mitochondrial complex III uniquely affect complex I in Caenorhabditis […]

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May J. Reed

May J. Reed

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Associate Professor of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine
Section Chief, Harborview Medical Center
Medical Director, Senior Care Clinic

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Dr. Reed is Section Chief of Geriatric Medicine at Harborview, Medical Director of the HMC Senior Care Clinic and UW Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine.  She is also Associate Director of the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Reed’s longstanding interest is in evaluating the effects of the […]

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Margaret M. Sedensky

Margaret M. Sedensky

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Principal Investigator, Seattle Children’s Research Institute
Professor, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

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Research Interest The Sedensky laboratory is using two model systems to understand multiple ramifications of mitochondrial dysfunction. Lifespan and neurodegeneration are two areas under active investigation. A long standing focus is understanding how mitochondrial function controls behavior in the volatile anesthetics. Selected publications Falk MJ, Kayser EB, Morgan PG, Sedensky MM. (2006). Mitochondrial complex I function […]

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