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NeuroNines: Olarewaju & Clarke

Thursday, July 11, at 9 am, the NMPT and BREATHE Training Programs will host NeuroNines featuring doctoral student Tinu Olarewaju (mentor: Emily Fox) and BREATHE T32 doctoral student Harrison Clarke (mentor: Ramon Sun). Join us live in Communicore C1-007 or via Zoom by registering at: http://bit.ly/3CccXzh.

NeuroNines: Mickle & Cornman

Thursday, June 27, at 9 am, the NMPT and BREATHE Training Programs hosted NeuroNines featuring BREATHE T32 PhD candidate Alyssa Mickle (mentor: Erica Dale) and doctoral student Jessica Cornman (mentor: Barbara Smith).

NeuroNines: Poole & Adegbemigun

Thursday, June 20, at 9 am, the NMPT and BREATHE Training Programs hosted NeuroNines featuring doctoral students Brittney Poole (mentor: Sarah Judge & Andrew Judge) and Oluwafemi Adegbemigun (mentor: Dorian Rose).

Emma Schachner Published Bird Lung Study in Nature

Soaring birds — like osprey, eagles, falcons, even vultures — can stay aloft in the air seemingly forever, rarely flapping their wings. They glide along rising air currents in a way that has fascinated humans and scientists for centuries. Now, an international team of researchers led by University of Florida evolutionary…

NeuroNines: Marciante & Ducharme

Thursday, June 13, at 9 am, the NMPT and BREATHE Training Programs hosted NeuroNines featuring BREATHE T32 postdoc Dr. Alex Marciante (mentor: Gordon Mitchell) and postdoc, Dr. Jeremy Ducharme (mentor: Andrew Judge).

Alyssa Mickle & Anna Fusco Awarded Brian W. Robinson Endowment Grant

BREATHE T32 predoc, Alyssa Mickle, and MD-PhD student in Dr. David Fuller’s lab, Anna Fusco, have been recognized as recipients for this year’s Brian W. Robinson Endowment Grant for the Neurosciences. This distinguished grant aims to foster neuroscience research aong students enrolled in PhD, MD (Resident), or…

Russell Hepple Awarded UF PHHP Research Innovation Fund

BREATHE member, Dr. Russell Hepple, was awarded a UF PHHP Research Innovation Fund. The grant will allow him to test his hypothesis that mitochondrial permeability transition, or (mPT), contributes to skeletal muscle changes. Congratulations, Dr. Hepple!…