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October 2021

Get To Know Dr. Kristine DeLeon-Pennell

 

Kristine Deleon – Pennell, PhD

Dr. DeLeon-Pennell was trained in cardiovascular sciences at Baylor University, University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, and the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She has >10 years’ experience with all aspects of the inflammatory and fibrotic components of cardiac remodeling following myocardial infarction (MI). In particular, she has extensive training in matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) biology, extracellular matrix remodeling, and cardiac aging research.

October 2021

Get To Know Dr. Bruce Arthur Young , PhD

 

Dr. Young’s current research area is the neurobiology and biophysics of sensory systems, and particularly audition, in reptiles. Audition in this group is remarkably diverse, including: pressure-coupled tympani in some taxa; tympanic and non-tympanic ears; elaborate stapedial dampening systems; separate low-frequency and high-frequency auditory pathways; as well as integration with pressure and/or vibration detection systems. A second area of research is the neurobiology of venom secretion, storage, and activation.

Bruce Arthur Young , PhD

November 2021

Get to Know Dr. Anand Narayanan

 

Anand Narayanan , PhD

Dr. Anand Narayanan has an interdisciplinary background in engineering, biology, and physiology, with specialized training in cardiovascular sciences, in lymphatics while at Texas A&M University and in heart and blood vascular adaptations now at Florida State University, having also studied cardiovascular-coupled organ system adaptations including cerebral, musculoskeletal, and gastrointestinal physiology. He has more than 10 years of physiology and immunology experience, in various research areas including auto-immune conditions, old age, exercise training, etc. His current research focuses on the interaction between the immune system and how it affects cardiovascular physiology.

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