User:Kenneth S. Eum

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Kenneth S. Eum (an artistic interpretation)

I work in the Sack Lab at University of California, Davis.


  • 2015 (expected), PhD, UC Davis (Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology)
  • 2009, BS, UC San Diego (Physiology and Neuroscience)

Research interests

  1. Regulation of voltage gated ion channels
  2. Using enhanced tarantula toxins to modulate voltage gated potassium channels



  1. Eum, Kenneth S.; Angueyra, Juan M.; Kim, Heesoo; Chao, Luke; Cohen, Bruce E.; Sack, Jon T (2012) Allosteric Stabilization of Fully Resting Voltage Sensors by a Tarantula Toxin. Biophysical Journal 102, 531a.
  2. Bleicher, L.S., Barlow, C., Carter, T.A, Dearie, A.R., Eum, K., Franchini, B.R., Hofer, E.K., Lee, D.H., Lorrain, K.I., Pires, J.C., Rodriguez, J.J., Saxe, M.D., Stoveken, B.S., Wedel, P.C. (2010) Automated image capture and analysis of brdu labeled cells in rat brain sections. Program No. 734.6. 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience.

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