In case you missed it, we recently began working with budding scientists and early career researchers to help expose their research and on a global stage. This project provides an opportunity for scientists using Aurora Scientific equipment to present their research, discuss its importance, share user tips, tricks, best-practices and contribute to a forum that supports research innovation, collaboration and discovery.
It gives us great pleasure to see this project coming to fruition and our first set of posters focused on skeletal muscle research are now publicly accessible! We have more posters well on their way that will be published soon, and if you want to learn more about this program and participating in this initiative, click here for details.
Presenter: Jordan Fuqua, MSc
Affiliation: Lira Lab, University of Iowa
During this presentation, Jordan discusses how autophagy and proteolytic processes are regulated in skeletal muscle, specifically looking at ULK1 and ULK2 and their roles in maintaining skeletal muscle homeostasis, morphology, protein aggregate degradation and autophagy.
Presenter: Alex Piacentini, MSc
Affiliation: Christopher Mendias Lab, Hospital for Special Surgery
During this virtual poster, Alex discusses how the MRL/MpJ mouse strain has been touted as a “superhealer”. However, varying tissues have been reported to display different levels of healing ability. The Medias lab sought to test that ability in skeletal muscle.
We are still accepting submissions to grow the program, so if you would like to submit your work for a chance to be among the inaugural group of posters in 2019, now is the time! Complete the submission form today, and a member of our team will get back to you shortly.
If you would like to learn more about getting involved with the Aurora Scientific Virtual Poster Program and sharing your research with a global audience, you can check our the landing page or contact us for details.