Faculty & Staff Details
|Position:||Associate Dean for Faculty Enhancement & Associate Professor|
|Bio||Dr. Stoll is Associate Dean for Faculty Enhancement, an Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, and is a Founding Faculty member of the School of Pharmacy. He received a BS with Honors in Chemistry from the New Mexico State University and a PhD in Biochemistry from the Johns Hopkins University. He did postdoctoral work as a Staff Fellow at the National Institutes of Health, first in the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism studying tryptophan hydroxylase and serotonin metabolism and subsequently in the National Institute on Aging studying Alzheimer’s disease and the Trisomy 16 mouse model of Down syndrome. The current research in his laboratory involves molecular characterization of the function and regulation of drug and nutrient transporters.|
Regulation of membrane transport activities.
“Estrogen and High-Affinity Choline Transport”, 1 RO3 AG21735-01, National Institute on Aging, Role: PI, 9/02-8/03, (no cost extension until 8/04) $74,000
“Characterization of the ubiquitous choline transporter”, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH, Role: PI, 5/04-4/06, $220.800, Priority Score: 152, awaiting funding decision.
“Estrogen and High-Affinity Choline Uptake”, National Institute on Aging, Role: PI, 7/04-6/09, $1,452,702, in review
Stoll J, Hoelting C. (2003) Is the low-affinity choline transporter a member of the organic cation transporter family: expression of OCT genes at the blood-brain barrier. Vth International Conference, Cerebral Vascular Biology 2003, (abstract)
Hoelting C, Stoll J. (2003) Isolation and functional characterization of low affinity choline transporter in MC-IX-C neuroblastoma cells. 6th Annual Pharmacy Student Research Conference Western Region, Abstr. IV.29
Stoll J, Hoelting C. (2003) The low affinity choline transporter is a member of the organic cation transporter family. 2003 Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, Abstr. 331.21
Honors and Awards:
2003 Teacher of the Year, P1 Class, Texas Tech School of Pharmacy