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  • Portrait of Michael Sturek, MS, PhD

    Michael Sturek, MS, PhD Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University, Professor of Anatomy, Cell Biology, Physiology and Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine

    APS Member since 1983
    Exploring Heart & Metabolic Disease link

    Studying naturally evolved miniature swine to treat diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

    More on Mike's research.

  • Portrait of Kedra Wallace, PhD

    Kedra Wallace, PhD Associate Professor, University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Medicine

    APS Member Since 2010
    Studying the Link between Physiology & Mental Health

    Exploring the influence of reproductive problems on mental health and quality of life in women.

    More on Kedra's research.

  • Portrait of Thiago Moreira, PhD, DDS

    Thiago Moreira, PhD, DDS Associate Professor of Physiology, University of Sao Paolo

    APS member since 2005
    Studying Blood Pressure, Breath & Neural Control

    Exploring the chemicals that drive breathing and the neurons that maintain blood pressure.

    More on Thiago's research.

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