Dr. Samantha Harris discusses the development of three new mouse models in her lab, engineered to target and replace specific myosin binding protein-C paralogs in muscle fibers and impact of their mutations on skeletal and cardiac muscle diseases.
Watch Nisha Charkoudian, PhD for the first event in the 2023 Neurophysiology Series as she summarizes the integrative physiology of responses to exercise-heat stress and discusses implications for athletes and the military.
Oliver Wearing shares what led him to study the relationship between cardiovascular physiology and the autonomic nervous system, how achieving his various positions and awards have allowed him to pursue his research goals, and where he hopes to take his work next.
This episode of Share Science features Oliver Wearing, PhD, as he shares his personal passions and academic journey from reptilian physiology to evaluating cardiovascular function after spinal cord injury.
In a recent interview with IonOptix Business Development Manager, Joe Soughayer, he talks about their innovative approach, commitment to supporting researchers, and goals of becoming the gold standard in cardiovascular research instruments.
Clarisa Peer discusses ALZET Osmotic Pumps, the gold standard for controlled, automatic dosing of compounds in various research areas, including neuroscience, cancer research, cardiovascular, endocrinology, pharmacology research, and more.
Chris Rand discusses Aurora Scientific's 801C: Small Intact Muscle Apparatus. The device can be used for measuring muscle contractility and for other applications in fields like muscle physiology and cardiovascular science research.
Tanishq is one of 10 winners of the inaugural Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Award. In this episode, he discusses his current research interests, projects, and where the road lies ahead for his future career aspirations in STEM.
Joe Soughayer, Business Development Manager at IonOptix, discusses the Cardiac Slice System, a complete data acquisition and analysis system for calcium, force, and mechanical work in cardiac slices that is enabling groundbreaking strides in physiological research.
InsideScientific recently interviewed Matt Borkowski, General Manager of Aurora Scientific, where he discussed his new role, the company's approach to innovation, and commitment to providing customer support through educational resources.
While the immune response to a single cardiac event has been well researched, few have reported on whether an adaptive immunity is observed after repeated cardiac injury. Here, we discuss a recent publication from Tiwary et al., in which they investigate the cytoprotective response after multiple cardiomyopathic injuries.
While air and noise pollution have been well documented independently, their combined effects are insufficiently discussed, until recently. In this blog post, we discuss a recent publication from Kuntic et al. on the combined and individual effects of these pollutants in mice.
This episode of Share Science features Dr. Martin Young, a professor of medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In this interview he shares his journey into cardiac metabolism and chronobiology as well as some notable mentors that helped him along the way.