Payne, Dr. Geoffrey

Geoffrey Payne
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Microcirculation (Yale University, John B. Pierce Laboratory), PhD Cardiovascular and Renal Physiology, MSc Neuroscience and Pharmacology, BSc Behavioral Neuroscience (Memorial University) President and Vice Chancellor Professor
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  • Prince George

Selected Publications

Diane, A., Payne G.W., Gray, S.L. (2014) Multifaces of pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP): From neuroprotection, energy homeostasis to respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Journal of Metabolic Syndrome 3(4)

Sellers SL, Iwasaki A, Payne G.W. (2013) Nitric Oxide and TNFα Are Critical Regulators of Reversible Lymph Node Vascular Remodeling and Adaptive Immune Response. PLoS ONE 8(4):

Kumamoto Y, Mattei L.M., Sellers S.L., Payne G.W. and Iwasaki A. CD4+ T cells support cytotoxic T lymphocyte priming by controlling lymph node input. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 108(21) 8749-54, 2011

Sellers S.L., Payne G.W. Intravital microscopy of the inguinal lymph node. Journal of Visualized Experiments 4(50), 2011

Payne G.W. Effect of inflammation on the ageing microcirculation: impact on blood flow control in skeletal muscle. Microcirculation 13(4) 315-324, 2006.

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