The John B. Pierce Laboratory

May 12 Issue of Cell – Dr. Nina Stachenfeld on Sex, Gender, and the Mechanisms of Disease

TEST3Dr. Nina Stachenfeld publishes commentary on Sex, Gender, and the Mechanisms of Disease in the May 12 issue of the Journal Cell. A newly published paper in the journal Cell asserts that despite the challenges in navigating the paradigm shift required to study the effects of sex and ge
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New research seeks to improve heart health for individuals with endometriosis

TEST3NEW HAVEN, Ct. — March is endometriosis awareness month, and researchers at The John B. Pierce Laboratory/Yale School of Medicine are working to improve public awareness and scientific understanding of the disorder.… Continue Reading ?

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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A Whiff of Art – Dr. Verhagen shares his take on a new Dutch exhibition

TEST3Dr. Justus Verhagen shares his take on a new Dutch exhibition that will showcase artwork that evoke the sense of smell in a recent article published by Smithsonian magazine. “The sense of smell is tightly interwoven with the evolutionarily old limbic system of the brain by having dire
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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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Verhagen Lab’s micro-fMRI study reveals retronasal odor response across the entire olfactory bulbs in rats.

TEST3Dr. Verhagen’s lab and Yale collaborators Fahmeed Hyder and Gordon Shepherd publish first fMRI study of whole olfactory bulb responses to retronasal odors in rats. Dr. Basav Sanganahalli lead this innovative study.… Continue Reading ?