Jeffrey M. Voigt, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Pharmacology, University of Iowa
Courses Taught at ACPHS
Principles of Analytical Techniques
VDUP-1 (TBP-2) is a protein whose expression is decreased in tumors and increased following treatment with Vitamin D. VDUP-1 functions as an inhibitor of thioredoxin, which interacts with a number of transcription factors. Dr. Voigt is currently investigating the role of VDUP-1 in regulation of transcription factor activity and cell proliferation/differentiation in different cell types.
Honors and Awards
Named 2006-07 ACPHS Professional Teacher of the Year.
Colby, H.D., Nowak, D.M., Longhurst, P.A., Zhang, X., Hayes, J.R., and Voigt, J.M. (2001) Bufuralol metabolism by guinea pig adrenal and hepatic microsomes. Pharmacology 62:229-233.
Colby, H.D., Huang, Y., Jiang, Q., and Voigt, J.M. (2000) Bimodal expression of CYP2D16 in the guinea pig adrenal cortex. Pharmacology 61:78-82.
Yuan, B.B., Tchao, R., Voigt, J.M., and Colby, H.D. (1998) Effects of ACTH administration on functional zonation of the guinea pig adrenal cortex. Mol. Cell. Endocrinol. 146:129-136.
Yang, X., Young, L.H., and Voigt, J.M. (1998) Expression of a vitamin D-inducible gene in untreated rat mammary tissue and MNU-treated mammary tissue. Breast Cancer Res. Trt. 48:33-44.
Young, L.Y., Yang, X., and Voigt, J.M. (1996) Alteration of gene expression in rat mammary tumors induced by N-methyl-N-nitrosourea. Molecular Carcinogenesis 15:251-260.