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!
Remedium Bio announces the receipt of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to support the development of the Prometheus™ dose-adjustable gene therapy platform technology. Dr. Zou is Co-Investigator on this funded project. Our collaboration with them… Continue Reading →
Nick Berger presents in Denver, CO. Voluntary Wheel Running Alters Mitochondrial Fission Protein DRP1 in Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer.
Grace presents Impaired mitochondrial quality control in skeletal muscles from C57- and D2-mdx model of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Nick Berger receives The Exercise and Health Sciences (EHS) Discovery and Enrichment Travel Award; The EHS Outstanding Research Assistant Award Atsutaro Fujishiro receives The EHS Undergraduate Research Award
Nicole, Jared, Nick, Atsutaro, Annalisa, and Grace present posters at research day (Left to Right)
Grace Rosen presents in Gainesville, FL. Impaired mitochondrial quality control in skeletal muscles from C57- and D2-mdx model of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Nicole was awarded an undergraduate research grant for work she will be conducting to investigate the mitochondrial fission protein, MTP18!