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Intermittent Hypoxia

Neuroscience Seminar Series – Dr. Gordon Mitchell

As part of the Department of Neuroscience and McKnight Brain Institute Joint Seminar Series, Dr. Gordon Mitchell presented “Intermittent hypoxia and spinal cord plasticity: breathing and walking after spinal cord injury.”…

CoBAD: Baker

The Control of Breathing and Airway Defense (CoBAD) International Online Seminar Series featured Tracy Baker, PhD on Friday, June 4th at 3:00 pm ET. Dr. Baker’s research focuses on homeostatic synaptic plasticity of respiratory motor output and recovery of respiratory motor output following spinal injury. Her seminar was…

CoBAD: Gozal

The Control of Breathing and Airway Defense (CoBAD) International Online Seminar Series featured David Gozal, MD, MBA, PhD (Hon) on Friday, May 7th at 3:00 pm ET. Dr. Gozal is a pioneer in the study of childhood sleep problems and the relationships between sleep disorders and neurobehavioral, cardiovascular…

Trainee Mia Kelly Publishes in American Journal of Physiology

T32 Trainee Mia Kelly published her article in the American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology entitled, “Circadian clock genes and respiratory neuroplasticity genes oscillate in the phrenic motor system.”…

Ashley Ross Awarded NHLBI Diversity Supplement

Ashley Ross, graduate student in the Mitchell Lab, was recently awarded a Diversity Research Supplement by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to support her work, “Intermittent hypoxia-accelerated recovery from phrenic nerve injury.” Ashley’s work may indicate new applications for therapeutic repetitive acute intermittent hypoxia,…

Joe Welch Awarded SCIRTS Postdoctoral Fellowship

Joe Welch, PhD, was awarded a Spinal Cord Injury Research on the Translational Spectrum (SCIRTS) Postdoctoral Fellowship by the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation. Dr. Welch’s project “Optimizing Acute Intermittent Hypoxia (AIH) to Improve Breathing in Humans with Chronic Cervical Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)” is guided…