brauchi laboratory

physiology institute, CISNe, PBC, UACh

 

Jose Vicente Gonzalez

josevicentegonzalezt@gmail.com

 

Name Ignacio Valencia, Grad Student     

Email ignacio@brauchilab.com

Current Project  Biophysics of K+ channels

 

Jordan Barria

jordanbarriap@gmail.com

 

Jun Pablo Vivar

vivarcasas.j@gmail.com

 

Camila Arzola

semillademili@gmail.com

 

Name Matias Allende, Undergrad Student               

Email m.allende.ihl@gmail.com

Current Project  Electrical activity of organelles

 

Name Sebastian Garcia, Undergrad Student

Email 

Current Project  Biophysics of TRP channels

 

Name Ella Matamala, Grad Student

Email ella@brauchilab.com

Current Project TRP channels and Cellular Physiology

 

Name Marcelo Delgado, Laboratory technician

Email marcelodelgado@uach.cl

 

 

Alumni

Carlos Toro

toro@uhsu.edu

 

Luis A. Arias

dnapol@gmail.com

 

Name Deny Cabezas, Grad Student                   

Email denycb@brauchilab.com

Current Project  Biophysics of TRP channels

 

Name Pamela Sotelo, Grad Student              

Email psoteloh@gmail.com

Current Project TRP channels & pain.

 

Name Anibal Acuña, Grad Student                    

Email acunasanmartin.anibal@gmail.com

Current Project Neuron-glia interaction

 

Name Ximena Steinberg, Grad Student     

Email ximena.steinberg@gmail.com

Current Project  Engineering of Aminoacyl-tRNA Synthetases

 

Name Charlotte K. Colenso, Postdoctoral Fellowo

Email charlie@brauchilab.com

Current Project Evolution of TRP channels.

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Sebastian Brauchi, Ph.D.

Principal Investigator              sbrauchi@uach.cl

Dr. Brauchi received his degree on Biochemistry in 2001 from Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Chile, working on olfactory physiology with Dr. Juan G. Reyes. In 2006 he received his Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, working on biophysics of thermoTRP channels with Dr. Ramon Latorre. Dr. Brauchi was awarded with a PEW Fellowship, and went on to do his postdoctoral training with Dr. David E. Clapham at Harvard Medical School. There, he studied the effect of TRPM7 conductance on synaptic vesicle fusion and the gating mechanisms of TRPM8 channels. Sebastian joined the Physiology Institute at Universidad Austral de Chile as an Investigator in 2008.

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