Carole is a Professor of Pharmacology at the Medical School of the University of Michigan, and an Adjunct Research Professor at the Life Science Institute. She received her Ph.D. in Pharmacy from the University of Illinois at Chicago (1992), her M.S. (1987) and B.Pharm. (1985) from the Université of Montréal.
Carole is interested in understanding how cells detect and respond to external chemotactic signals that are detected by GPCRs, and, in particular, how the spatial and temporal relay of chemotactic signals between cells impact single and group cell migration in the context of inflammation and cancer metastasis.
Subramanian, B.C., Moissoglu, K., Parent, C.A. (2018). The LTB4-BLT1 axis regulates the polarized trafficking of chemoattractant GPCRs during neutrophil chemotaxis. Journal of Cellular Science. 131(18).