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James E. Casanova

Professor
Unit: School of Medicine
Department: Department of Cell Biology
Office location and address
1340 Jefferson Park Ave
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Education
BS, Southern Connecticut State University
PhD, Wesleyan Univeristy
Postdoc, Whitehead Institute
Postdoc, University of California, San Francisco
Role of ARF5 and ER/plasma membrane contacts in the control of cell migration
Source: U.S. NIH Institute of General Medical Science
January 11, 2019 – December 31, 2022
Microbial Pattern Recognition and Signaling by the Adhesion GPCR BAI1
Source: U.S. NIH Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease
November 17, 2017 – October 31, 2022
MD-CELL Regulation of Mucosal Epithelial Homeostasis and Repair by Focal Adhesion Kinases
Source: Crohns & Colitis Fdtn. Of America
January 01, 2015 – June 30, 2018
Microbial Pattern Recognition and Signaling by the Adhesion GPCR
Source: U.S. NIH Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease
July 01, 2011 – June 30, 2017
Mechanisms of Salmonella Invasion and Transmigration
Source: U.S. NIH Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidne
September 30, 2010 – August 31, 2015
MD-CELL Role of SipC in manipulating host signaling during Salmonella infection
Source: U.S. NIH Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease
April 01, 2014 – March 01, 2015
CELL 8450: Effective Science Writing for Grants and Fellowships
Credits: 2
The ability to effectively communicate scientific concepts and justify proposed experiments are essential skills for biomedical researchers. The goals of this course are for trainees to learn and practice effective scientific proposal writing. The course will provide students with extensive peer and faculty mentoring in a workshop format as they each prepare an NIH NRSA-style fellowship application. Prerequisite: BIMS 6000
BIMS 8995: Topical Research: Research in Biomedical Sciences
Credits: 1–12
This course introduces students to biomedical research. Students conduct one or more research projects of limited scope under the direction of faculty and lab members. It is open only to graduate students in Biomedical Sciences (BIMS).
MICR 9995: Research in Microbiology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Credits: 1–12
Research in microbiological related disciplines, e.g. cancer, immunology, bacteriology, virology, infectious diseases, cell signaling, nuclear transport, host-pathogen interactions, gene expression, etc.
BIMS 9998: Non-Topical Research
Credits: 1–12
Preparation for Doctoral Research prior to completion of candidacy examination.
MICR 9999: Non-Topical Research
Credits: 1–12
For doctoral dissertation, taken under the supervision of a dissertation director.