Former MS student James Tincknell’s thesis work is accepted for publication in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. James’s thesis was focused on the effects of high-intensity interval training on regulatory machinery of mitochondrial quality control in skeletal muscle of obese mice. Former… Continue Reading →
Our paper titled “Partial skeletal muscle-specific Drp1 knockout enhances insulin sensitivity in diet-induced obese mice, but not in lean mice” was published in Molecular Metabolism. demonstrate that partial loss of skeletal muscle-specific Drp1 expression is sufficient to improve whole-body glucose… Continue Reading →
A huge thank you to Nicole for her last year’s dedication to the lab and science. Good luck on your next adventures on the west coast!