Contact

Location: Dr. William Clarke and Dr. Kelly Berg Lab

Department

Neuroscience

Hudson Smith

Graduate Student

Personal Statement:

I am a student working under Dr. Clarke’s lab.  We are especially interested in studying constitutive receptor activity and functional selectivity of drugs; two relatively new concepts in receptor theory.
Hometown
Plano, Texas
Lab Association
Dr. William Clarke and Dr. Kelly Berg
Hobbies and Interests 
I follow soccer and hockey. I enjoy staying active, being outdoors, reading, BBQ, and live music/concerts.


Education

BS: Biology with a minor in Chemistry
Trinity University - San Antonio, Texas 

Awards & Accomplishments

2017 -Outstanding Graduate Student Poster – UTHealth San Antonio Pharmacology Annual Graduate Student Symposium

Affiliations

2015-present -Society for Neuroscience

News

Lectures, Posters and Presentations
UTHSCSA Pharmacology Graduate Student Symposium – San Antonio, Texas – 2017;
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting- Washington, D.C. – 2017
Smith, HR., LoCoco, PM., Zamora, JC., Chavera, TC., Berg, KA., Clarke, WP. The neuroprotective compound, P7C3-A20, prevents paclitaxel-induced peripheral neuropathy via the NAD salvage enzyme, NAMPT (poster).
Trinity University’s 30th Annual Chemistry Symposium (2014)
H.R. Smith and L. Martinez. Synthesis of fluorescent and benzophenone labeled metformin analogs (Presentation).

Publications

LoCoco, P., Risinger, A., Smith, H., Chavera, T., Berg, K., and Clarke, W. (2017). Pharmacological augmentation of nicotinamide phosphoribosyltransferase (NAMPT) protects against paclitaxel-induced peripheral neuropathy. eLife 6, e29626