Congratulations to Dr. Nitin Puri who has been selected as a recipient of the University of Toledo’s Outstanding Teacher Award! He will be honored at an award ceremony hosted by President Sharon Gaber on April 17th.
Congratulations to Dr. Bina Joe! She has been selected as a Distinguished University Professor at our University.
Congratulations to Dr. Guillermo Vazquez! He has been selected as the recipient of the Dean's Award for Mentoring.
Congratulations to Dr. Terry Hinds! He has been selected as the recipient of the Dean's Award for Research Excellence in the New Investigator category.
Congratulations to Dr. Nitin Puri! He been selected as the recipient of the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence in the Basic Science category.
Congratulations to Sarah Galla! Her abstract was selected for oral presentation by the American Physiological Society Physiological Genomics (PG) Group's Pre-EB2017 Annual Research Conference to be held in Chicago on Saturday, April 22, 2017.
Congratulations to Oluwatomisin Atolagbe (Tomi) from Dr. Vazquez's lab, for being the first student in the Bioinformatics and Proteomics/Genomics Program to score 100% in the Qualifying Exam!
Congratulations to the Joe Lab! Their review, "Microbiotal-Host Interactions and Hypertension", was accepted for publication in Physiology. Authors are: Sarah Galla, Saroj Chakraborty, Blair Mell, Matam Vijay-Kumar, and Bina Joe.
Our Department conducts funded research by the NHLBI/ National Institutes of Health and the American Heart Association. We support the Go Red day. https://www.goredforwomen.org/fight-heart-disease-women-go-red-women-official-site/about-go-red/
Why is the red dress the symbol of women and heart disease?
In 2003, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), the AHA and other organizations committed to women’s health joined together to raise awareness of women and heart disease. The NHLBI introduced the red dress as a national symbol for women and heart disease awareness and the AHA adopted this symbol to create synergy among all organizations committed to fighting this cause.
By working together to advance this important cause, the AHA, NHLBI and other women’s health groups will have a greater impact than any one group could have alone.
Congratulations to Mengjie Wang from the Hill Lab! Her abstract entitled "Roles of Insulin Receptors and IGF-1 Receptors in Leptin-Responsive Neurons in Regulation of Body Weight, Growth, Pubertal Development and Fertility" has been selected for one of the Endocrine Society Outstanding Abstract Awards in conjunction with ENDO 2017 in Orlando, FL.
Congratulations to Dr. Vazquez and lab! The manuscript "Reduced Necrosis and Content of Apoptotic M1 Macrophages in Advanced Athersclerotic Plaques of Mice with Macrophage-Specific Loss of TRPC3", authored by Sumeet Solanki, Prabhatchandra Dube, Lutz Birnbaumer and Guillermo Vazquez, has been accepted for publication in Scientific Reports.