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Sarah S. Garber, PhD

Associate Dean for Assessment
Director of Interprofessional Studies
Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Pharmacy
Professor, Physiology and Biophysics
College of Health Professions
Building: HSB
Room: 2.610
Phone: 847-578-8577
Email: Sarah.Garber@rosalindfranklin.edu

Recent Publications

Hubert MD, Indyk E, Pena-Rasgado C, S.K. P, Rasgado-Flores H, Garber SS. Effect of extracellular glucose and K+ on intracellular osmolytes and volume in a human kidney cell line. Front Biosci 2007;12:4352-61.

Garber SS, Messerli M, Hubert MD, Hammer K, Indyk E, Smith PJS. Monitoring Cl- movement in Single Cells Exposed to Hypotonic Solution. J Memb Biol 2005;203:101-10.

Hoffman MM, Garber SS. Permeation through volume regulated anion conductance is dependent on ionic composition. J Membr Biol 2004;197:193-202.

Hubert MD, Levitan I, Hoffman MM, Zgraggen M, Hofreiter ME, Garber SS. Modulation of volume regulated anion current by ICln. Biophysica Biochimica Acta 2000;1466:105-14.

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