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Ion channels are integral membrane proteins that selectively allow ions to flow across the cellular membrane. Ion channels play an important role in various cellular and physiological processes, including cell division and migration, secretion, programmed cell death, volume regulation, and electrical signaling.
Join Hannah Bishop for this two-part webinar series to learn everything you need to know about ion channels. In part one, she outlines an introduction to ion channels, and in part two, she discusses major ion channel targets within four disease areas, such as epilepsy, pain, stroke, and cardiac arrhythmias.
Hannah Bishop, Scientific Support Specialist | Abcam
Hannah received her PhD in Neuroscience from UC Davis. She worked within the Lab of James Trimmer and studied the Kv2 family of voltage-gated potassium channels in the mammalian brain. She then completed a Postdoc in the Institute for Neuroscience at the University of Oregon. There she worked in the lab of Cris Niell where she studied neural circuits that mediate prey capture behavior in mice. She currently works as a Scientific Support Specialist here at Abcam and an instructor of Biology at the University of Oregon.