Dr. Joseph P. Albanesi, in the Pharmacology Department at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, has been collaborating with David Jameson for more than 30 years. During most of this time the collaboration has focused on dynamin, the large (~100kDa) GTPase, but more recently has involved the protein known as Arc/Arg3.1 which is involved with synaptic plasticity.
Dr. Enrico Gratton, head of the Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics at the University of California at Irvine, has collaborated with David Jameson for more than 35 years on development of fluorescence methodologies and instrumentation as well as numerous biophysical studies on diverse biomolecular systems.
Dr. Leonel Malacrida, Associate Professor Pathophysiology Department (Full time), Hospital de Clínicas – Dr. Manuel Quintela, Facultad de Medicina – Universidad de la Republica, Head Advanced Bioimaging Unit, Institut Pasteur Montevideo/Universidad de la República. Leonel has been collaboratng with David Jameson for several years on projects relating to membrane studies and applications of phasors.