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Congrats to Rachel who was just notified she has received the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)! Way to go!
Congrats to Rachel who was just notified she has received the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)! Way to go!
Today Dylan presented at the University of Kentucky's College of Health Sciences Muscle Forum. He presented on work over cardiac calcium dysregulation models and their predictions in changes in hypertrophic gene trancription for diabetic mice. This work brings together lots of the lab's projects, from image processing to calcium compartment models. This was made possible by the hard work of all members in the lab. Congrats everyone!
Our first work on calcium cascade via P2X channels in microglia has been accepted. This work is considered as a stepstone computational modeling of calcium signaling that leads to downstream kinetics such as calcium-buffer interactions, NFAT cycle, phosphorylation of p38, and transcriptive protein synthesis such as TNF-alpha.  For more information, click here or copy and past this: ...
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