Hall Lab
Department of Pharmacology 
Rollins Research Center, Rm 5113 
Emory University School of Medicine 
1510 Clifton Rd. 
Atlanta, GA 30322 

Office: 404-727-3699
Lab: 404-727-3751 
Fax: 404-727-0365 

The Hall Lab

Welcome! The Hall Lab is located in the Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Pharmacology. We work on signal transduction pathways initiated by neurotransmitter and hormone receptors. Please click on the pages to the left to find out more about the lab.

Research Interests

Our research is focused on the mechanisms of signal transduction by neurotransmitter and hormone receptors. In particular, we study receptor interactions with cytoplasmic proteins that may act as mediators of receptor signaling and/or as scaffold proteins involved in the regulation of receptor trafficking and localization. We also study receptor interactions with other receptors, which can strongly regulate receptor trafficking and may underlie many unexplained examples of cross-talk between different neurotransmitter systems. Understanding the mechanisms of signal transduction and trafficking of neurotransmitter and hormone receptors is of paramount clinical importance, since such receptors are extremely common targets for therapeutic pharmaceuticals.