The John B. Pierce Laboratory

Recent Paper by Dr. Stachenfeld selected for AJP’s APSselect publication

TEST3Dr. Stachenfeld’s recently published paper:  “Testosterone-associated blood pressure dysregulation in women with androgen excess polycystic ovary syndrome” in American Journal of Physiology, Heart, Circulatory Physiology has been selected for APSselect  (https://jour
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Nina Stachenfeld participates in panel at showing of Endometriosis documentary: “Below the Belt”

TEST3Dr. Nina Stachenfeld participates in panel at showing of Below the Belt, a film about endometriosis sponsored by the Yale Women’s Center. This is a new, groundbreaking film examining the challenges people with endometriosis are facing.… Continue Reading ?

Tori Stone, PhD, receives the “EEP Postdoctoral Research Recognition Award” at the 2021 Experimental Biology Conference.

TEST3Congratulations to Dr. Tori Stone! Dr. Stone was recently announced the recipient of this prestigious award by the American Physiological Society for outstanding research as a woman in STEM. She will be recognized in an awards ceremony at the 2021 Virtual Experimental Biology Conferen
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Poster Presentations from Stachenfeld Laboratory at Experimental Biology 2021 Virtual meeting; April 27-30, 2021

TEST3From Dr. Stachenfeld’s Laboratory, Tori Stone, Mari Chiles and Zeenat Hussain will be presenting posters at Experimental Biology 2021 Virtual meeting.  Dr. Stone is presenting her work demonstrating testosterone impairs autonomic function in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
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The Pierce Laboratory screens the movie: ‘Picture a Scientist’

TEST3Dec 4, 2020 — The Pierce Laboratory Screens ‘Picture A Scientist’ Picture A Scientist is a 93-minute film that was an official selection of the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival. The film focuses on challenges women face in science and how they have successfully overcome th
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Men and Women are Physiologically Unequal: An Equal Research Emphasis

TEST3An interview leading off a special edition: Yale Scientific Magazine‘s Women’s Issue.  Dr. Nina Stachenfeld’s interview addresses the importance of including women, and females in general in research. “Physiologists who do these kinds of studies control for [fickle f
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