University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Pharmacology

Bio for Masayo Koide, Ph.D.
Masayo Koide, Ph.D.

Masayo Koide, Ph.D.

Research Associate
Department of Pharmacology


Contact Information
E-mail: Masayo.Koide@uvm.edu
Phone:
(802)656-3391
Office Location:
Health Sci Rsrch Facility 439

Research Interests

Cardiovascular pharmacology and physiology; the contractile mechanism of cerebral arteries (ion channels and intracellular signaling), cerebral vasospasm following subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Education

1998  B.S., University of Shizuoka, School of Pharmaceutical Science, Shizuoka, Japan
2000  M.S., Pharmacology, University of Shizuoka, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Science, Shizuoka, Japan
2005  Ph.D., Pharmacology, University of Shizuoka, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Science, Shizuoka, Japan
2005  Ph.D., Medicine, University of Hamamatsu School of Medicine, Hamamatsu, Japan

Academic Appointments

2005 - 2010  Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Pharmacology, University of Vermont
2010 - present  Research Associate, Department of Pharmacology, University of Vermont

Research Grants

07/01/2014 - 06/30/2018  American Heart Association, National Center, Scientist Development Grant (14SDG20150027).  Mechanisms of EGF receptor activation leading to decreasing cerebral blood flow after subarachnoid hemorrhage.  Role:  PI

Awards and Honors

2002  The 75th Annual Meeting Best Presentation Prize, The Japanese Pharmacological Society

April 25, 2011  Invited Speaker, "Microvascular constriction and Ca2+ signaling after subarachnoid hemorrhage", University of Shizuoka, Shziuoka, Japan

2012  Award Finalist of Young Investigator, 11th International Conference on Neurovascular Events after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. "Subarachnoid blood converts neutrally-evoked vasodilation to vasoconstriction in rat brain cortex"

2012  Award Finalist of Next Big Idea, 11th International Conference on Neurovascular Events after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. "Subarachnoid blood converts neutrally-evoked vasodilation to vasoconstriction in rat brain cortex"

Publications (Peer Reviewed)

For a complete list of Masayo Koide's publications, please visit PubMed.

Koide M, Syed AU, Brass KM, May V, Wellman GC.  Pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP) dilates cerebellar arteries through activation of large conductance Ca2+ activated K+ (BK) and ATP-sensitive K+ (KATP) channels.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 2014 Apr 18.  doi:  10.1007/s12031-014-0301-z.  PMID:  24744252

Koide M, Sukhotinsky I, Ayata C, Wellman GC.  Subarachnoid hemorrhage, spreading depolarizations and impaired neurovascular coupling.  Stroke Res and Treatment.  2013.  819340.  doi:  10.115/2013/819340.  PMID:  23577279, PMCID:  PMC3610342

Koide M, Wellman GC.  SAH-induced suppression of voltage-gated K+ (KV) channel currents in parenchymal arteriolar myocytes involves activation of the HB-EGF/EGFR pathway.  Acta Neurochir Suppl.  2013, 115: 179-184

Koide M, Bonev AD, Nelson MT, Wellman GC.  Subarachnoid blood converts neutrally evoked vasodilation to vasoconstriction in rat brain cortex.  Acta Neurochir Suppl.  2013 115:  167-171

Wellman GC, Koide M.  Impact of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage on Parenchymal Arteriolar Function.  Acta Neurochir Suppl.  115:  173-177