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D.H. Munzenmaier, Ph.D.

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Diane H. Munzenmaier, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Physiology

Education Director, Human and Molecular Genetics Center



  1. Home Address:

2380 Rockway Lane West

Brookfield, WI 53005



  1. Office Address:

Medical College of Wisconsin

8701 Watertown Plank Road

Milwaukee, WI 53226

Phone: (414) 456-8557

Fax: (414) 456-6516

E-mail: dmunz@mcw.edu


  1. Place of Birth:

Milwaukee, WI


4. Citizenship: U.S.A.


5. Education:

08/1980 – 05/1984 B.S., Marquette University

Milwaukee, WI


08/1990 – 05/1995 Ph.D., Medical College of Wisconsin

Milwaukee, WI


  1. Postgraduate Training:


05/1995 – 06/1999 Postdoctoral Fellow

Medical College of Wisconsin

Cardiovascular Research Center

Milwaukee, WI


06/1995 ^ Molecular Techniques Workshop

NIEHS / University of WI – Milwaukee


11/08/2010 ACGME Workshop for New Program Coordinators

Attended workshop for new Medical Genetics Residency Coordinators at the ACGME headquarters in Chicago, IL



  1. Faculty Appointments:


07/2009 – present Education Director

Human and Molecular Genetics Center

Medical College of Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin


08/2008 – present Assistant Professor of Physiology

Human and Molecular Genetics Center

Department of Physiology

Medical College of Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin


07/1999 – 07/2008 Assistant Professor of Physiology

Department of Physiology

Medical College of Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin



  1. Awards and Honors:


04/1993 Caroline tum Suden Professional Opportunity Award

^ American Physiological Society


04/1995 Caroline tum Suden/Francis A. Hellebrandt Award

American Physiological Society

09/1995 Merck Young Investigator Award for Excellence in High Blood Pressure Research

American Heart Association High Blood Pressure Council


04/1997 Caroline tum Suden/Francis A. Hellebrandt Award

^ American Physiological Society

04/1998 Caroline tum Suden/Francis A. Hellebrandt Award

American Physiological Society


04/2008 Early Career Professional Service Award

American Physiological Society



  1. Memberships in Professional and Honorary Societies:

American Heart Association - Stroke Council

American Physiological Society

Microcirculatory Society

Wisconsin Association for Biomedical Research and Education



  1. Editorial Peer Reviewer:

Advances in Physiology Education

American Journal of Physiology: Comparative and Regulatory Physiology

American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology

Circulation

Circulation Research

European Journal of Neurology

Hypertension

Kidney International

Microcirculation

Physiological Genomics


  1. National Elected/Appointed Leadership and Committee Positions:

04/2007 Reviewer, NIAID-funded Center for Medical Countermeasures against Radiological Terrorism (CMCRT) Pilot Research Grants Program


09/2006 -11/2006 Reviewer, NIH Study Section, SBIR/STTR Special Emphasis Panel, Cardiovascular Sciences Small Business Activities


4/2005 –5/2007 Judge, David S. Bruce Undergraduate Research Award,

American Physiological Society Education Committee.

^ Voted on 12 finalists to present research at Experimental Biology meeting. Part of a committee that judged final presentations and chose four award winners.


6/2004 – 08/2007 Member, Steering Committee for the 8th World Congress for Microcirculation to be held in Milwaukee, August 2007.


6/2004 – 08/2007 Chair, Social Subcommittee for the 8th World Congress for Microcirculation to be held in Milwaukee, August 2007.


6/2004 – 08/2007 Member, Facilities Subcommittee for the 8th World Congress for Microcirculation to be held in Milwaukee, August 2007.


11/2003 – 11/2006 Chair, Subcommittee for the development of “Physiology Understanding Week” (“PhUn Week”), American Physiological Society Education Committee.

Submitted proposal to APS Council for development of a $10,000 pilot program to encourage K-12 outreach by APS members which was tested Nov 2005. Expansion of program to entire APS membership has been approved by APS council and is currently being further developed and tested.

http://www.the-aps.org/education/PhUnWeek.htm


07/2003 – 11/2006 Member, Education Committee, American Physiological Society



  1. Research Grants, Contracts, Awards, Projects:

Peer Review

A. Active

Title: Rat Genome Database

Source: NHLBI/NHRGI

Role: Co-Investigator

Dates: 11/1/2009 – 10/31/2014

Direct Funds: $9,625,110


B. Completed

Title: Intracellular Mechanisms of the Effects of Angiotensin II on Blood Vessel Growth

Source: American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowship, #93-F-Pre-12

Role: Predoctoral Student

Dates: 7/1/1993 – 6/30/1994

Direct Funds: $8,800


Title: The Role of Angiotensin II Subtypes in Angiogenesis of the Microcirculation Source: American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowship, #94-Pre-10

Role: Predoctoral Student

Dates: 7/1/1994 – 6/30/1995

Direct Funds: $8,800

Title: Institutional Training Grant

Source: NIH National Research Service Award, #1 T32 HL007792-01

Role: Postdoctoral Fellow

Dates: 05/1995 – 12/1995

Direct Funds: $15,000


Title: Differential Regulation of Angiotensin II Receptor Subtypes as a Consequence of Elevated Salt Intake

Source: American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship, #95-Post-29

Role: Postdoctoral Fellow

Dates: 01/1996-12/1997

Direct Funds: $40,308


Title: Role of Astrocytes and 64 Integrins in Hypoxia-induced Cerebral Angiogenesis

Source: American Heart Association Scientist Development Award, #9930342A

Role: Principal Investigator

Dates: 07/1999 – 06/2004

Direct Funds: $280,000


Title: Frontiers in Physiology Professional Opportunity Award

Source: American Physiological Society

Role: Mentor to Cecilia Stingley, high school teacher

Dates: 6/1/2005 – 8/31/2005

Direct Funds: $10,000


Title: Blood Pressure – Determinants and Controllers (Cowley)

Project 5: Sodium Intake and ANG II in Microvascular Rarefaction

Source: NIH/NHLBI, #2P01 HL29587-21

Role: Co-investigator

Dates: 3/1/1998 – 2/28/2008

Direct Funds: $192,587 annual


Title: National Heart, Lung, Blood Institute Proteomics Initiative (Greene)

Source: NIH/NHLBI, #N01-HV-28182-01

Role: Co-investigator

Dates: 9/30/2002 – 9/29/2009

Direct Funds: $585,469 annual


C. Pending

Title: Translational genetics of diabetes, obesity, and the metabolic syndrome

Source: NHLBI, #T32DK087634-01

Role : Co-director

Dates: 4/1/11 – 3/31/2016

Direct Funds: $801,344


  1. Invited lectures/Workshops/Presentations/Site Visits:


International

Platform presenter

“Angiotensin II Receptor Blockade Increases Cerebral Microvessel Density in Rats.”

XXIst International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism

Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 3, 2003


^ Workshop contributor

Rat Genome Database Blood Pressure Regulation Ontology Development

Medical College of Wisconsin, June 25-26, 2008.

Platform presenter

“An interactive, clinical case study, computer module for teaching medical genetics using genomic sequence analysis tools.” Experimental Biology, New Orleans, 2009.


Regional

Invited speaker

“Angiotensin: Regulation and Function in the Cardiovascular System”

Midwest Physiology Society Symposium

Medical College of Wisconsin, Feb. 15, 1995




Local

Invited speaker

“Medical School Admissions at MCW”

Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) Seminar Series

Medical College of Wisconsin, Summers 2004-06


  1. Medical College of Wisconsin Committees/Service:

07/2009 – 06/2010 Graduate Studies Council Awards Committee, Chair

Organized judging of ~70 graduate student posters for 1st Annual “Research Day” event, 9/16/09. Responsible for travel award and dissertation award judging.


10/2008 - present ^ Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, Alternate Member – same responsibilities as Scientist Member (below), fewer required review meetings.


01/2008 – 10/2008 Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, Scientist Member - responsible for semi-annual program evaluation as well as review and approval of animal use research proposals as well as numerous other responsibilities.


01/2007 – present ^ Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) Interviewer – Conduct interviews with MSTP applicants and evaluate their suitability for the program.


07/2006 – 06/2010 Graduate Studies Council Awards Committee – Judge presentations and choose award winners at the annual graduate student poster session and for travel award winners throughout the year.


03/2003 ^ Junior Faculty representative at LCME site visit – Met with site visit examiners to answer questions regarding the experience of young faculty members at MCW and the role of MCW in faculty development.


10/2002 – 12/2002 Bioengineering and Biotechnology Center Business Manager

Search Committee – Interviewed 18 pre-screened applicants for

Position and made recommendations on suitability for hire.


07/2002 – 06/2004 ^ Medical School Admissions Screening Subcommittee – Involved in setting new guidelines for screening of applications in order to enhance the ability of the committee to improve the quality and diversity of the medical school class.


03/2002 - 03/2003 LCME Subcommittee on Graduate Education in the Basic Sciences and Research – Selected to help develop the report that was submitted for the Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME) accreditation review.


07/2001 – present ^ Medical School Admissions Committee - Involved in interviewing medical school applicants throughout the school year and making decisions regarding their potential for admission to the upcoming class. Elected to 2nd term in 2004. Elected to “Extended Service” position in 2007.


08/2000 – 2008 Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)

presentation judge – Help to evaluate oral presentations of undergraduate students who had spent the summer doing research in an MCW laboratory.


  1. Department of Physiology Committees/Service:

03/2000 – present Physiology Graduate School Admissions Committee

Involved in interviewing physiology graduate school applicants each spring and making decisions regarding their potential for admission to the upcoming class.


2003 – 2006 ^ Departmental Website committee

Developed plan and worked closely with website developers to create an updated departmental website initially released 10/2005.

http://www.phys.mcw.edu/


2004 – 2008 Director, departmental cell culture core lab

Oversees lab and trains users of facility.


  1. Medical College of Wisconsin Teaching Activities:

Medical Student Education


03/2008 - present “Medical Physiology Laboratory”

“Using Genomic Sequence in Diagnosis” Developed new laboratory taught lab to first year medical students in the Medical Physiology course. Continually being modified and updated.


08/2007 – 05/2008 “Medical Physiology Laboratory” author/director

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Physiology

“Assessment and Analysis of Cardiovascular Function in the Pig”


01/1992 – 05/2007 “Medical Physiology Laboratory” instructor

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Physiology

“Circulatory Control”

“Respiratory Mechanics”

“Exercise”


02/2002 – 02/2007 “Neuroscience” course lecturer

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Cellular Biology, Neurobiology, and Anatomy

“Regulation of the Extracellular Environment in the CNS”


02/2003 – present “Medical Physiology” course lecturer

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Physiology

“Cardiovascular Techniques”


02/2004 – 01/2006 “Medical Physiology” course lecturer

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Physiology

“Microcirculation and Lymphatics I”

“Microcirculation and Lymphatics II”

Graduate Medical Education

08/2009 – present Residency Program Developer and Coordinator

Development of new Clinical Genetics Residency with Pediatrics-Genetics submitted to ACGME for accreditation, 02/2011. Program to begin accepting residents for 07/01/2012, pending accreditation.


Graduate Student Education

01/2010-05/2010 “Translational Genetics” course director and lecturer

Developed new interdepartmental (basic science and clinical) requisite course for M.S. program in Clinical and Translational Science, CTSI.


12/2009 “Endocrine Regulation” lecturer

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Physiology, Second year Ph.D. student course

“Renin-angiotensin system” lecture


10/2002-12/2006 “Advanced Systems Physiology” lecturer/block director

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Physiology, Second year Ph.D. student course

Four Cardiovascular block lectures

Director of Endocrine block

Two Endocrine block lectures

Oral Final examiner

Qualifying exam examiner


10/1998 & 10/2001 “Physiology of Aging” (PUBS 287)

Marquette University School of Public Health, Milwaukee, WI
^

Guest lecturer for master level course




Undergraduate Education

01/1999 – 05/1999 “Neurobiology” lecturer (BIOL 155)

Marquette University Biology Department, Milwaukee, WI

Upper level course, full semester, 38 lectures


Community/Lay Public Education

11/2008 Presenter, Physiology Understanding (PhUn) Week

Brookfield Central/East High Schools, Brookfield, WI

Exercise Physiology course (50 high school upperclassmen)

11/2005 & 11/2006 Presenter, Physiology Understanding (PhUn) Week

Pilgrim Park Middle School, Elm Grove, WI

8th grade (total of 300 students)


08/1992 – 12/1997 ^ Physiology Course instructor

LaFarge Lifelong Learning Institute, Milwaukee, WI


10/1996 – present Biology Item Writer

Medical College Admissions Test

American Association of Medical Colleges


MCW Students, Faculty, Residents, or Fellows Mentored:

06/2000 – 08/2000 Summer research mentor

Marques’ Williams, Milwaukee Technical High School

Project SEED, minority mentoring program, American Chemical Society


06/2005 - 08/2005 ^ Frontiers in Physiology Mentor

Cecilia Stingley, high school science teacher

CESA #1, West Allis, WI


06/2004 – 05/2006 Ph.D. dissertation committee member

Matthew Petersen


  1. Community Service Activities:

08/1990 – present Member, Marquette University “M” Club

MU Athletics booster club comprised of former varsity athletes

Board of Directors, 1990-present

Secretary, 1993-96

Vice-President/President-Elect, 1996-97

President, 1997-1999

Ex Officio, 1999-present

Member, Hall of Fame Selection Committee, 1999, 2006, 2009

Chair, Hall of Fame Selection Committee, 2011 induction


02/1997-02/2002 ^ Chair, “Family Science” event, Dixon Elementary School

Brookfield, Wisconsin

10/1998 & 10/1999 Special Judge

Southeastern Wisconsin Science and Engineering Fair

Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


04/2004 & 2/2006 ^ Science Fair Judge

St. Judes’s Elementary School, 7th and 8th grades

Wauwatosa, WI

08/2007 – 11/2007 Organizer, Turkey Trot Fun Run fundraiser for the Brookfield East High School Spartan Athletics Booster Club.


05/04/2010 ^ Science Fair Judge, Milwaukee Public Schools

03/31/2011 Annual District Science Fair, Peck Center, Milwaukee Co. Zoo


03/16/2011 Health Science Career Fair, Milwaukee Hamilton HS

Represented MCW with interactive exhibit on recent research


  1. Community Awards:


1982 – 1984 All-American at Marquette University (total of 5 awards in Cross Country, Indoor & Outdoor Track).


09/1996 Inductee, Marquette University Athletics Hall of Fame

Member of 1982 National Champion Cross Country Team,

Fifth place individual overall in national championship meet.


12/2008 ^ Hy Popuch Memorial Award Winner

Awarded by the Marquette University “M” Club for service to the

“M” Club and to Marquette University athletics.


12/2010 Inductee, Athletics Hall of Fame

Homestead High School, Mequon, WI


Bibliography


Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers:

  1. Held-Munzenmaier, D., Olinger, G.N., Boerboom, L.E. A sheath for repetitive insertion of high-fidelity micromanometer-tipped catheters. Am J Physiol 257(Heart Circ Physiol): H1312-H1314, 1989.

  2. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Angiotensin II mediates a sustained rise in nuclear and cytoplasmic calcium via multiple receptor subtypes. Am J Physiol 269 (Heart Circ Physiol):H565-H570, 1995.

  3. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Opposing actions of angiotensin II on microvascular growth and arterial blood pressure. Hypertension 27[part 2]:760-65, 1996.

  4. Nora, E.H., Munzenmaier D.H., F.M. Hansen-Smith, J.H. Lombard, and A.S. Greene. Localization of the angiotensin II type 2 receptor in the microcirculation of skeletal muscle. Am J Physiol (Heart Circ Physiol) 44:H1395-1403, 1998.

  5. Munzenmaier, D.H., Harder, D.R. Cerebral microvascular endothelial cell tube formation: effect of blockade of astrocytic epoxyeicosatrienoic acid production. Am J Physiol (Heart Circ Physiol) 278:H1163-7, 2000.

  6. Santos, C.F., Caprio, M.A.V., Oliviera, E.B., Salgado, M.C.O., Schippers, D.N., Munzenmaier, D.H., and A.S. Greene. Functional role, cellular source and tissue distribution of rat elastase-2, an angiotensin II-forming enzyme. Am J Physiol (Heart Circ Physiol) 285:H775-83, 2003.

  7. Forder J.P., Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Angiogenic protection from focal ischemia with angiotensin II type 1 receptor blockade in the rat. Am J Physiol (Heart Circ Physiol), 288: H1989 - H1996, 2005.

  8. Ardelt, A.A., McCullough, L.D., Korach, K.S., Wang, M.M., Munzenmaier, D.H., Hurn, P.D. Estradiol regulates angiopoietin-1 mRNA expression through estrogen receptor- in a rodent experimental stroke model. Stroke 36:337-41, 2005.

  9. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Chronic angiotensin II AT1 receptor blockade increases cerebral microvessel density. Am J Physiol (Heart Circ Physiol) 290: H512-H516, 2006.

  10. Resende, M.M., Amaral, S.L., Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Role of endothelial cell apoptosis in regulation of skeletal muscle angiogenesis during high and low salt intake. Physiol Genomics 25:325-35, 2006.

  11. Petersen, M.C., Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Angiotensin II infusion restores stimulated angiogenesis in the skeletal muscle of rats on a high-salt diet, Am J Physiol (Heart Circ Physiol) 291:114-20, 2006.

  12. Munzenmaier, D.H. Help protect the future of physiology. (Editorial) Adv Physiol Educ, Sept, 2006.

  13. Mary Shimoyama, G. Thomas Hayman, Stanley J. F. Laulederkind, Rajni Nigam, Timothy F. Lowry, Victoria Petri, Jennifer R. Smith, Shur-Jen Wang, Diane H. Munzenmaier, Melinda R. Dwinell, Simon N. Twigger, Howard J. Jacob, the RGD Team. The Rat Genome Database Curators: Who, What, Where, Why. PLoS Comput Biol. 2009; 5(11).


Books, Chapters, & Reviews:

  1. Harder, D.R., Roman, R.J., Koehler, R.C., Alkayed, N., Gebremedhin, D., Munzenmaier, D.H., Medhora, M.M., Narayanan, J.  Hyperpolarizing Factors and Membrane Potential in Cerebral Arterioles: A Role for Astrocytes and Cytochrome P450 Genes.  In: Vanhoutte, P.M., ed. EDHF. London and New York: Taylor & Francis, 1998.


Abstracts:

  1. Held-Munzenmaier, D., G.N. Olinger, and L.E. Boerboom. A sheath for repetitive insertion of high-fidelity micromanometer-tipped catheters. ^ FASEB J 3:A1174, 1989.

  2. McManus, R.P., Kinney, T.E., Komorowski, R.A., Hanson, G.A., Munzenmaier, D.H., Strandt, J., Kneeland, J.B., Li, S-J. Characteristics of cardiac primate xenograft rejection and resolution studied by histology and in vivo 31p spectroscopy. Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1989.

  3. Munzenmaier, D.H. and A.S. Greene. Angiotensin II stimulation of vascular smooth muscle cells causes a sustained increase in nuclear calcium. ^ FASEB J 7:A315, 1993.

  4. Munzenmaier, D.H. and A.S. Greene. Stimulation of soluble guanylate cyclase activity by angiotensin II is mediated by a non-AT1 receptor mechanism in rat aorta. FASEB J 8:A367, 1994.

  5. Munzenmaier, D.H. and A.S. Greene. Angiotensin II stimulation of vascular smooth muscle cells causes a sustained rise in calcium through multiple pathways. ^ FASEB J 8:A1052, 1994.

  6. Munzenmaier, D.H. and A.S. Greene. Opposing effects of angiotensin II receptor subtypes in the control of microvascular density. FASEB J 9:A588, 1995.

  7. Munzenmaier, D.H. and A.S. Greene. Angiotensin II receptor subtypes mediate opposing actions in the control of blood pressure and vascular tone. Hypertension 1995.

  8. Munzenmaier, D.H. and D.R. Harder. Angiotensin II increases expression of a cytochrome P-450 4A-like protein in vascular smooth muscle. ^ FASEB J 10:A147, 1996.

  9. Nora, E.H., Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Regulation of angiotensin II receptors in cremasteric microvessels by sodium intake. FASEB J 10:A58, 1996.

  10. Greene, A.S., Rieder, M.J., Munzenmaier, D.H., Cooke, A.R., Hansen-Smith, F.M., Lombard, J.H. Microvascular remodeling in renal hypertension: forces to be reckoned with. Ann Biomed Engin 24:S-34,1996.

  11. Munzenmaier, D.H., Harder, D.R. Role of astrocytes in cerebral angiogenesis. ^ FASEB J 11:A64, 1997.

  12. Munzenmaier, D.H., Harder, D.R. Regulation of astrocytic adhesion to extracellular matrix proteins and expression of integrin subunits 4 and 1 by hypoxia. FASEB J 12:A38, 1998.

  13. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Alterations in laminin deposition and cellular adhesion in astrocytes and endothelial cells following hypoxia. FASEB J 14:A10, 2000.

  14. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Cerebral microvascular endothelial cell and astrocyte migration stimulated by extracellular matrix proteins. FASEB J 15:A31, 2001.

  15. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Differential roles of VEGF and angiotensin II in cerebral angiogenesis under hypoxic or normoxic conditions. FASEB J 16:A516, 2002.

  16. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Cerebral vessel density alterations following oral losartan administration. Hypertension 40:439, 2002.

  17. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Short-term angiotensin II (ANG II) receptor blockade induces cerebral angiogenesis. ^ FASEB J 17:A553, 2003.

  18. Forder, J.F., Greene, A.S., Munzenmaier, D.H. Focal ischemia model of stroke in rat. FASEB J 17:A895, 2003.

  19. Munzenmaier D.H., Greene, A.S.  Angiotensin II receptor blockade increases cerebral microvessel density in rats.  J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 23:490, 2003.

  20. Forder, J.P., Greene, A.S., Munzenmaier, D.H., Sengupta, J. Remodeling of the rat whisker barrel cortex following focal ischemia. Program No. 737.17. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2003.

  21. Forder, J.F., Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Angiotensin receptor blockade protects against cerebral ischemia in the rat. ^ FASEB J 18:A1012, 2004.

  22. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Angiotensin II (Ang II) receptor blockade induces cerebral angiogenesis in a pressure-independent manner. FASEB J 18:A256, 2004.

  23. Forder, J.F., Munzenmaier, D.H., Camara, A.K.S., Greene, A.S. ICV infusion of AT1 antagonist indicates angiogenic protection against permanent focal ischemia in the rat. ^ FASEB J 19:A, 2005.

  24. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Oral losartan administration induces cerebral angiogenesis by specific AT1 receptor blockade. FASEB J 19:A, 2005.

  25. Stingley, C., Munzenmaier, D.H. Brain microvascular endothelial cell proliferation with angiotensin stimulation and receptor blockade. FASEB J 20:A, 2006.

  26. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Stimulation of cerebral and dermal microvascular endothelial cell proliferation by AT1 receptor antagonist losartan. FASEB 21:A, 2007.

  27. Munzenmaier, D.H., Greene, A.S. Angiotensin receptor blocker treatment causes paradoxical microvascular endothelial cell proliferation. FASEB 22:A, 2008.

  28. Dwinell, M., Shimoyama, M., Nigam, R., DePons J., Munzenmaier, D., Twigger, S., Jacob, H. Phenotypes and Models portal at RGD: Providing an entrée to genomics for physiologists. Cold Spring Harbor Rat Genomics and Models, Hinxton, UK, December 2008.

  29. Kwitek, A., Davis, S., Shimoyama, M., Hu, Z., Munzenmaier, D., Dwinell, M., Reecy, J.M. VCMap, v.2: A cross-species, integrated annotation platform. Cold Spring Harbor Rat Genomics and Models, Hinxton, UK, December 2008.

  30. Shimoyama, M., Nigam, R., Smith, J., Stoddard, A., Munzenmaier, D., Twigger, S., Dwinell, M., Jacob, H. Phenotypes at RGD: New tools for integrating and mining complex phenotype data. Cold Spring Harbor Rat Genomics and Models, Hinxton, UK, December 2008.

  31. Smith, J., Shimoyama, M., Worthey, L., Stoddard, A., DePons J., Bakir, B., Petri, V., Laulederkind, S., Nigam, R., Lowry, T., Munzenmaier, D., Patzer, A., Twigger, S., Dwinell, M., Jacob, H. Enhanced navigation of RGD data and tools. Cold Spring Harbor Rat Genomics and Models, Hinxton, UK, December 2008.

  32. Twigger, S., DePons J., Abraham, D., Shimoyama, M., Dwinell, M., Munzenmaier, D., Jacob, H., and the Rat Genome Database Team. RGD Education and Outreach in the YouTube Era. Cold Spring Harbor Rat Genomics and Models, Hinxton, UK, December 2008.

  33. Munzenmaier, D.H., Dwinell, M., Petri, V., Shimoyama, M., Jacob, H. The Physiological Pathways Portal: a new interactive online tool providing efficient access to genomic and phenomic information through biological pathway analysis. FASEB J. 2009.

  34. Munzenmaier, D.H., Dwinell, M., Nigam, R., Shimoyama, M., Jacob, H. The Phenotypes and Models Portal: a new interactive online tool for physiologists linking genotype to phenotype and disease. FASEB J. 2009.

  35. Munzenmaier, D.H., Worthey, E.A., Jacob, H.J. An interactive, clinical case study, computer module for teaching medical genetics using genomic sequence analysis tools. FASEB J. 2009.

  36. Park, C., Hu, Z., Dwinell, M., Shimoyama, M., Munzenmaier, D., Davis, S., Kwitek, A., Reecy, J. Development of bioinformatic resources to transfer biological information across species. Plant & Animal Genome XVII, 2009.

  37. Munzenmaier, D.H., Dwinell, M., Petri, V., Shimoyama, M., Jacob, H.J. Physiological pathway diagrams at RGD: A new, interactive, online tool providing efficient access to genotype and phenotype data through biological pathway analysis. Rat Genomics & Models, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 2009.

    1. Co-authored additional RGD team abstracts (9). Rat Genomics & Models, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 2009.

47. Munzenmaier DH, Bello S, Smith C, Park C, Shimoyama M, Eppig J and Reecy J. Collaborative development of a new Vertebrate Trait Ontology for comparison of genotype and phenotype data across species. Special Interest Group, International Conference on Intelligent Systems in Molecular Biology, Boston, MA, 2010.

48. Munzenmaier DH, Dwinell M, Shimoyama M, Liu W, and Jacob HJ. Development of a new Physiological Pathways tool at RGD for graphically linking function to genotype and phenotype data. International Conference on Intelligent Systems in Molecular Biology, Boston, MA, 2010.

49. Munzenmaier DH, Dwinell M, Shimoyama M, Liu W, and Jacob HJ. RGD’s new Physiological Pathway diagrams: Linking biological systems to the genome. Rat Genomics & Models, Kyoto, Japan, 2010.






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