James Hurley, PhD

University of Washington
Seattle, WA

James Hurley is a Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Washington, Seattle. He played a critical role in the discovery of transducin, a G-protein that is critical for phototransduction and one of the first G-proteins to be discovered. He was a pioneering influence in the study of metabolism of the retina. Jim enjoys bird photography and Seattle staircases. 

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First published on: August 04, 2022

Last modified on: August 09, 2022