Faculty Member – Shi Liu

Shi Liu, Ph.D.
Professor

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Office: BioMedical Research Center – I
Phone: 501-686-8106
FAX: 501-686-6057
E-mail: LiuShi@uams.edu

Education & Training

B.S. (Zoology, 1976): National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
M.S. (Physiology, 1978): National Taiwan University, College of Medicine, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Ph.D. (Electrophysiology, 1986): Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • PhSc 7101 – Cardiovascular Physiology: the heart and cardiovascular regulation
  • PhSc 4134 – Some chapters of SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF ANTIMICROBIAL CHEMOTHERAPY s

Research & Scholarly Interests

Cardiovascular and cancer research and drug discovery/development

Honors & Awards

Invited Seminar: Modulation of cardiac L-type Ca channel current by cytokines. 1998.

American Health Assistant Foundation: National Heart Association. San Diego, CA.

Memberships

American Physiology Society (1990-present)

Publications

Shi J. Liu and R. B. Melchert (2010). In vitro Cultured Cardiomyocytes for Evaluating Cardiotoxicity. In: Comprehensive Cardiotoxicity, 2nd edition. Charlene McQueen (editor). Elsevier, Oxford: Academic Press. Volume 6, pp.113-131.

Lalit Oberoi, Toshiyuki Akiyama, Kuo-Hsiung Lee and Shi J. Liu (2011). The aqueous extract, not organic extracts, of Terminalia arjuna bark exerts cardiotonic effect on adult ventricular myocytes. Phytomedicine 18: 259-265.

Shi J. Liu (2012). Terminalia arjuna Bark and inotropic therapy for heart failure. International Journal of Genuine Traditional Medicine 2(3):21.1-21.8 ( http://dx.doi.org/10.5667/tang.2012.0021)

Shi J. Liu (2013). Characterization of functional capacity of adult rat ventricular myocytes in long-term culture. International Journal of Cardiology 168:1923-1936.

Maria Theresa E Montales, Stepan B Melnyk, Shi J Liu, Frank A Simmen, Yunying L Liu and Rosalia CM Simmen (2016). Metabolic history impacts mammary tumor epithelial hierarchy and drug response in mice. Endocrine-Related Cancer 23(9): 677-690.

Curriculum Vitae