Our Publications by Focus Area
Each dot in the below graphic represent a publication. This publication timeline is organized by focus area. Hovering over a dot will show an overview of the publication. Clicking will open its pubmed link. (Graphic last updated spring 2019.)
Alternatively, most of our publications are indexed on PubMed. These can be viewed via this link.
Our team, present and past, includes experienced scientists, postdoctoral trainees, graduate student, and students. Read about present and past lab members at our People page. Our team maintains a number of close collaborations, especially with John Engelhardt PhD and his laboratory, Aliye Uc MD and her laboratory, and Katie Larson Ode MD.
Our Areas of Expertise
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Most Recent News
Below are highlights from the recent news page.
Our lab contributed to scientific work newly published in Cell Metabolism showing that exposure to generated electromagnetic fields lowers blood sugar in rodents with type 2 diabetes. We were thrilled to help design and interpret the glycemic clamps that were used to better understand the physiological mechanisms involved in the phenomenon. (Pubmed link; DOI link).
We contributed to a review just published in Diabetologia. The article reviews how diseases of the exocrine pancreas can lead to defects in insulin production and diabetes. (Pubmed link, DOI link)
The environment each of us was exposed early in life, even in the womb, matters for our long term health. The mechanisms involved are not well understood, but the impacts include endocrine diseases – especially diabetes. Check this out: the Journal of Endocrinology is publishing a special edition focused on the developmental origins of endocrine …
Congratulations to Andrew Henry upon his undergraduate graduation with a degree in Biochemistry! Andrew has been working in the lab since late in his Freshman year.
Congratulations to Gulnara Novbatova. Today, she presented her Master’s research performed in our lab. Her work identified differential auxologic effects of maternal high fat diet on offspring between strains. She has now completed her Masters of Science requirements. We wish her the best of luck as she moves to start her Doctoral work.
We are very proud of Andrew Henry, who earlier today gave a presentation of his research findings at the 15th Annual Gene F. Lata Undergraduate Honors Symposium.
We are pleased to unveil our new lab website, as of 1:12 pm CDT on April 17, 2019. We were very fond of the old site, but time had antiquated its server, operating system, and rendering engine. We have moved much of the content on to the new website, and hope to better keep up with …
Our 2017 publication in Endocrinology was highlighted in Diabetes 2018, a special curated collection of Endocrine Society journal articles published 2017-2018, found at this link.