Stephen C.-T. Lam, PhD
Associate Professor of Pharmacology
Research in my laboratory focuses on the role of integrin adhesion receptors on cardiovascular diseases. Specifically, we are studying
the structure-function relationship of the platelet integrin and the signaling mechanisms associated with this transmembrane adhesion receptor that lead to hemostasis and
thrombosis. We are also investigating the interaction of leukocyte integrins with extracellular matrix proteins and the functional significance of this process in
the development of atherosclerosis.
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