David A. Tulis, PhD, FAHA, East Carolina University

David A. Tulis, PhD
David A. Tulis, PhD, FAHA

In broad terms, the primary focus of research in Dr. Tulis' laboratory involves elucidation of the molecular, cellular, and functional mechanisms that underlie aberrant vascular smooth muscle growth. Specific areas of study in Dr. Tulis' lab include elucidation of cyclic GMP- versus cyclic AMP-dependent processes, identification and characterization of potential cyclic nucleotide-regulating systems, and elucidation of the functional impact of these molecular and cellular signals.