All Posts by

Andrea Mitchell

Dr. Don Bolser was awarded NIH R01 grant

Congratulations, Don! Dr. Bolser’s RO1 grant explores cough rhythmogenesis and uses cough suppressant drugs and hypocapnea as tools to interrogate the system. The project examines how a population of tonically active expiratory neurons controls other neurons in the dorsal medulla that are critical for the cough rhythm.

Dr. Streeter selected to receive Central Nervous System Research Recognition Award

Dr. Kristi Streeter, a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Fuller’s lab, has been selected to receive the Central Nervous System Research Recognition Award based on an abstract submitted to the Experimental Biology Meeting 2017 in Chicago, IL. In addition, the award winners are invited to give a presentation at the annual Joseph…

SLHS faculty and CRRR members Featured on National Parkinson’s Foundation Website

SLHS faculty and CRRR members Ianessa Humbert (left), Emily Plowman (center), and Karen Hegland (right) were recently featured on the ‘Expert Care’ portion of the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) website for their podcast on Swallowing Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease. The three SLHS faculty members were invited by the NPF…

Annual CRRR Retreat

The Center for Respiratory Research and Rehabilitation hosted its annual retreat on Friday, January 6 at the Harn Museum of Art.