Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Department of Physiology

Marco  Martina, MD, PhD

Marco Martina, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Physiology

Focus of Work

Bio

My lab has two main research lines: one is cellular neurophysiology, with particular emphasis on the mechanisms of action potential generation and propagation and on the role of dendrites in post synaptic signal integration. This interest leads to a keen translational interest in pathological conditions characterized by neuronal hyperexcitability, such as epilepsy and pain.
Accordingly, the second main research line of the lab focuses on the role of ion channels in neurological disease, and in p...[Read full text]
My lab has two main research lines: one is cellular neurophysiology, with particular emphasis on the mechanisms of action potential generation and propagation and on the role of dendrites in post synaptic signal integration. This interest leads to a keen translational interest in pathological conditions characterized by neuronal hyperexcitability, such as epilepsy and pain.
Accordingly, the second main research line of the lab focuses on the role of ion channels in neurological disease, and in particular on the central (brain) mechanisms mediating chronic pain.[Shorten text]

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Education and Certification

  • MD: (1990)
  • PhD: InterNatl Sch, Biophysics (1995)

Contact

312-503-4654

Tarry Building Room 5-705
300 E Superior
Chicago IL 60611