Walter L. Palmer Distinguished Service Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics. Dean for Tranlational Medicine, Biological Sciences Division, Vice Chair for Research, Department of Medicine. Chair, Committee on Molecular Medicine/MPMM, Director, Institute for Translational Medicine
M.D., Harvard University, 1978
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1974
The University of Chicago
AMB M644, (MC 6026)
5815 South Maryland Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Phone: (773) 702-6790
Molecular mechanisms underlying airway constrictor hyperresponsiveness in asthma
I co-direct the Univ of Chicago's NHLBI-sponsored T32 Research Training Program in Respiratory Biology, co-lead an NHLBI Multidisciplinary K12 Training Programs in Lung Omics, and head the University of Chicago's NCATS Clinical and Translational Science Award. My own research program addresses asthma. I have extensive experience studying airway smooth muscle (ASM) function and dysfunction in asthma, having studied smooth muscle specific gene transcription, protein accumulation, and hypertrophy, and signaling mechanisms that regulate these; ASM contraction and force fluctuation-induced relengthening, and the mechanisms that regulate these; and ASM mediated-airway narrowing, airway constrictor responsiveness, and lung function in both animal models and humans.
My ORCID is 0000-0002-0898-8530.
My Scopus ID is 7006796752.
My NIH COMMONS name is jsolway.