Dr. Michael John Davis - Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae
MICHAEL JOHN DAVIS


Updated April, 2017

ADDRESS:
Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center
134 Research Park Dr.
Columbia, MO 65211

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
University of California, Davis 1975 B.S., Zoology
University of Nebraska Medical Center 1979 Ph.D., Physiology and
Biophysics
University of Arizona 1980–85 Postdoctorate, Vascular Smooth Muscle

APPOINTMENTS:
Research Associate, Department of Physiology, 1979–85
University of Arizona
Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Physiology, 1985–91
Texas A&M University
Associate Professor, Department of Medical Physiology, 1991–1995
Texas A&M University Health Science Center
Professor, Department of Medical Physiology, 1996
Texas A&M University Health Science Center

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Vascular smooth muscle mechanics, Mechanotransduction, Vascular smooth muscle electrophysiology, Endothelial cell electrophysiology, Vascular cell signaling mechanisms, Local regulation of flow and pressure, Integrin biology

HONORS AND AWARDS:
Graduated with Honors, University of California, 1975
Travel Dissertation Fellowship, University of Nebraska, 1978
Microcirculatory Society Travel Award, Oxford, England, 1984
Lyndon B. Johnson Award, American Heart Association, Texas Affiliate,
1985 (top-rated proposal)
Travel Award for Outstanding Young Investigator, Microcirculatory
Society, 1989
Established Investigator, American Heart Association, 1990–95
Research Fellow of Cardiovascular Section, American Physiological
Society, 1990
Visiting Fellowship, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne,
Australia, 1997

EDITORIAL BOARDS:
American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiol.,
1991
American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiol., Associate
Editor, 1996–98
Microcirculation, 1994

Website:
http://dalton.missouri.edu/investigators/davismj.php