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David D. Moore

David D. Moore

    AB, PhD
Professor | Houston, Texas    United States of America
Cell And Developmental Biology
Cell And Developmental Biology, Nuclear Receptors,...More
Spoken at 4 events

Biography :

Prof. David D. Moore is a professor of Cell Biology at Baylor College of Medicine. Prof. Moore’s primary research interest is in functions of members of the nuclear hormone receptor superfamily. As a world leading scientist, Dr. Moore is working to understand the roles of the newer members of this superfamily, particularly their impact on metabolic and oncogenic pathways in the liver. Recently, his lab found that both FXR and PPARα regulate hepatic autophagy and FXR regulates a number of key metabolic target genes including SHP, an unusual orphan receptor. Dr. Moore will discuss his new findings about the mechanism of action of nuclear receptors FXR and PPARα in liver energy balance.

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Cell and Developmental Biology

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Cell and Developmental Biology, Nuclear Receptors, Liver Energy Balance, Integrative Molecular, Biomedical Sciences, Molecular and Human Genetics, Nuclear Hormone Receptors Regulate Metabolism and Cancer, Stem Cell Biology, Gene Therapy, Orphan Receptor, Metabolic Target Genes

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