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  • Portrait of Harold Schultz, PhD, FAPS

    Harold Schultz, PhD, FAPS Distinguished Professor of Physiology, Department of Cellular & Integrative Physiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine

    APS member since 1981
    Studying Sensory Nerve Regulation of Heart and Lungs

    Exploring the role of the sympathetic nervous system on how heart failure and hypertension progress.

    More on Harold's research.

  • Portrait of Licy L. Yanes-Cardozo, MD

    Licy L. Yanes-Cardozo, MD Physician and Associate Professor, Departments of Cell and Molecular Biology and Medicine, University of Mississippi Medical Center

    APS member since 2004
    Exploring PCOS and Its Effects in Women

    Studying endocrine disorders and caring for patients who experience them.

    More on Licy's research.

  • Portrait of Scott Kirkton, PhD

    Scott Kirkton, PhD Associate Professor of Biological Science, Union College

    APS member since 2005
    Studying Insect Physiology to Explore Muscle Plasticity

    Investigating evolution, locomotion and muscle function in the American locust grasshopper.

    More on Scott's research.

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