Group Members


Jarrod Smith

Former Research Faculty

Research Associate Professor, Ph.D.
jarrod.smith [ at ]

Research Interests:

  • Research Projects
  • Publications
Kang, C.;Tian, C., Sonnichsen, F. D., Smith, J. A., Meiler, J., George, A. L., Jr., Vanoye, C. G., Kim, H. J., Sanders, C. R.
Structure of KCNE1 and implications for how it modulates the KCNQ1 potassium channel (2008) Biochemistry

Dong, E.;Smith, J., Heinze, S., Alexander, N., Meiler, J.
BCL::Align-Sequence alignment and fold recognition with a custom scoring function online (2008) Gene

Smith, J. A.;Vanoye, C. G., George, A. L., Jr., Meiler, J., Sanders, C. R.
Structural Models for the KCNQ1 Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel (2007) Biochemistry

Stepanovic SZ;Potet F, Petersen CI, Smith JA, Meiler J, Balser JR, Kupershmidt S
The evolutionarily conserved residue A653 plays a key role in HERG channel closing (2009) J. Physiology

Tao Yang;Jarrod A. Smith, Brenda F. Leake, Charles R. Sanders, Jens Meiler, and Dan M. Roden
An Allosteric Mechanism for Drug Block of the Human Cardiac Potassium Channel KCNQ1 (2013) Mol Pharmacol

Brett M. Kroncke;Wade D. Van Horn, Jarrod Smith, CongBao Kang, Richard C. Welch, Yuanli Song, David P. Nannemann, Keenan C. Taylor, Nicholas J. Sisco, Alfred L. George Jr., Jens Meiler, Carlos G. Vanoye, Charles R. Sanders
Structural basis for KCNE3 modulation of potassium recycling in epithelia (2016) Science Advances

Hui Huang;G Kuenze, JA. Smith, KC. Taylor, AM. Duran, A Hadziselimovic, Jens Meiler, Carlos G. Vanoye, Alfred L. George Jr, C R. Sanders
Mechanisms of KCNQ1 channel dysfunction in long QT syndrome involving voltage sensor domain mutations (2018) Science advances