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
TEST3Dr. John Geibel, Director and Fellow of The John B. Pierce Laboratory has been selected to join Sigma Xi.
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society is the international honor society of science and engineering.… Continue Reading ?
TEST3Professor Ethan R. Nadel received the highest award, the Honor Award, posthumously from the Exercise and Environmental Physiology Section at this year’s American Physiological Society Summit in Long Beach, California.
Professor Nadel was an authority in human thermoregulation during e
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 ?
TEST3High-speed low-light in vivo two-photon voltage imaging of large neuronal populations
– nature methods (published: 27 March 2023)
For years, scientists have been developing optical imaging as the non-invasive approach for recording neuronal electrical signals necessary for unde
TEST3Dr. Nina Stachenfeld and Dr. Lacy Alexander attended the Endometriosis Society’s Patient Day at Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC on March 18-19 to share information about their NIH-funded study examining cardiovascular comorbidities associated with endometriosis.… Continue Reading ?
TEST3Congratulations Melanie Burgos, president of Southern Connecticut State University LatinX in STEM club and newly appointed The National Institutes of Health diversity fellow with Nina Stachenfeld at the The John B.… Continue Reading ?
TEST3In Memoriam: Gordon Murray Shepherd, MD, DPhil, professor emeritus in the Department of Neuroscience, Yale School of Medicine, passed away on June 9, 2022. Gordon was an amazing colleague and mentor to several current and past flavor neuroscientists at the John B.… Continue Reading ?
TEST3Can you use an HP inkjet print to print a new face? A heart? A kidney? When scientists discovered that it was possible
to use commercial printers for bioprinting, and print living cells just as they can print homework assignments, the possibilities seemed endless.… Continue Reading ?
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