Janet Daniel

 

Associate Professor
Year Started at JMU: 1999
danie2jc@jmu.edu
Contact Info

Research Description

We are currently in the process of describing a salt-resistant phenotype of the developing root in seedlings of STP1 k/o plant.  Our hypothesis is that STP1 plays a role in regulating the osmotic balance in the developing root.  In addition, we show that the response of the STP1 mutant to osmotic stress induced by salt is distinct from the response to high concentrations of sugar. Projects in my lab include the study of gene expression patterns to identify relevant metabolic/signaling pathways and morphological characterization of the developing roots of the STP1 knockout plant.

Courses
  • Cell and Molecular Biology (BIO 214)
  • Animal Physiology (BIO 370)
  • Human Metabolism (BIO 472)
  • Human Metabolism lab (BIO 427)

Office Hours

Education
  • PhD in Human Nutrition and Nutritional Biology, 1997, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
  • BS in Nutritional Biochemistry, 1991, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Select Publications
  • Daniel, J.C., Tongen, A., Warne, D.P., Warne, P. (2009). A 3D Nonlinear Anisoptropic Spherical Inflation Model for Intracranial Saccular Aneurysm Elastodynamics.  Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids. 1-20. DOI: 10.1177/1081286508100498
  • Neel, N., Creasy, B.M., Rankin, J.N., Pierce E.M,. McCoy, M.E., Daner, R.H., Fowler, J.A., Daniel, J.C., and Lantz, C.S.  (2004).  Absence of interleukin-3 does not affect the severity of local and systemic anaphylaxis but does enhance eosinophil infiltration in a mouse model of allergic peritonitis.  Imm. Lett. 95(1) 37-44.
  • Musch MW, Bookstein C, Rocha F, Lucioni A, Ren H, Daniel J, Xie Y, McSwine RL, Rao MC, Alverdy J, Chang EB. (2002). Region-specific adaptation of apical Na/H exchangers after extensive proximal small bowel resection. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol  Oct; 283(4):G975-85.

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