Work with thought leaders and academic experts in Physiology

Companies can greatly benefit from working with academic researchers in the field of Physiology. These experts can provide valuable insights and expertise to enhance product development, improve customer experience, and drive innovation. By collaborating with Physiology researchers, companies can gain a deeper understanding of human physiology, develop more effective healthcare solutions, optimize athletic performance, and improve workplace ergonomics. Additionally, academic researchers can help companies stay up-to-date with the latest scientific advancements, conduct clinical trials, and provide evidence-based recommendations. Overall, partnering with Physiology researchers can give companies a competitive edge and contribute to their success.

Researchers on NotedSource with backgrounds in Physiology include Daniel Milej, Ph.D., Karina van de Voorde, Luca Delfinis, Elvira Forte, Fayth Tan, Ph.D., John M Baust, Ph.D, Odion Ikhimiukor, Dushani L. Palliyaguru, Ph.D., Dr. Everson A Nunes, Ph.D., Ajay Badhan, Jeffrey Townsend, and R. Alan Harris, Ph.D..

Elvira Forte

New York, New York, United States of America
Scientific strategist • Senior Scientist • Senior Scientific Editor
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (26)
fibrosis
inflammation
cardiomyopathies
Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine
Physiology (medical)
And 21 more
About
Motivated and growth-driven biomedical scientist with over 15 years of experience in the cardiovascular field. Strong background in cell and molecular biology, data analysis, and interpretation. Seeking #newopportunities to deliver value as a Senior Scientist, Associate Principal Scientist, Scientific Liaison, or Scientific Consultant within a company that combines new technologies such as single-cell omics and AI for drug discovery and personalized medicine. <br> Throughout my career, I've used various in vivo and in vitro models to investigate the molecular and cellular mechanisms of fibrosis and inflammation in the heart, and how these mechanisms are affected in mice with different genetic backgrounds. My experience includes project management and mentoring. I completed three projects involving international collaborations, supervised two junior researchers, and taught cellular and molecular techniques to at least six professionals. As one of the launching editors and senior editor at Nature Cardiovascular Research, I oversaw the quality of the content published in the journal and the editorial process. I collaborated with authors, reviewers, and editors to ensure the highest standards of scientific rigor, relevance, and innovation. I also contributed to the journal's vision, strategy, and outreach, promoting the latest advances and discoveries in the cardiovascular and hematology fields. This experience has sharpened my analytical and communication skills and broadened my understanding of the field, covering a wide range of studies, from basic research to clinical, epidemiological, and public health research. My mission is to advance the knowledge and practice of cardiovascular medicine and to bridge the gap between research and clinical applications. Keywords: cardiovascular, #fibrosis, inflammation, cardioimmunology, RNA, single-cell biology, #transcriptomics, imaging, animal models, small animal surgery, and scientific writing.
Most Relevant Publications (4+)

63 total publications

Differentiation of human adult cardiac stem cells exposed to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields

Cardiovascular Research / Feb 19, 2009

Gaetani, R., Ledda, M., Barile, L., Chimenti, I., De Carlo, F., Forte, E., Ionta, V., Giuliani, L., D’Emilia, E., Frati, G., Miraldi, F., Pozzi, D., Messina, E., Grimaldi, S., Giacomello, A., & Lisi, A. (2009). Differentiation of human adult cardiac stem cells exposed to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields. Cardiovascular Research, 82(3), 411–420. https://doi.org/10.1093/cvr/cvp067

Editorial: Fibrosis and Inflammation in Tissue Pathophysiology

Frontiers in Physiology / Jan 21, 2022

Chimenti, I., Sattler, S., del Monte-Nieto, G., & Forte, E. (2022). Editorial: Fibrosis and Inflammation in Tissue Pathophysiology. Frontiers in Physiology, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2021.830683

Abstract 704: Profiling Differential Response to Myocardial Infarction by Single Cell Analysis of the Cardiac Interstitium

Circulation Research / Aug 02, 2019

Forte, E. (2019). Abstract 704: Profiling Differential Response to Myocardial Infarction by Single Cell Analysis of the Cardiac Interstitium. Circulation Research, 125(Suppl_1). https://doi.org/10.1161/res.125.suppl_1.704

Abstract 12: Physiological Role of Endogenous Adult Cardiac Colony-forming Unit Fibroblasts

Circulation Research / Jul 17, 2015

Forte, E., Janbandhu, V., Asli, N. S., Cornwell, J., Abeygunawardena, D., Xaymardan, M., & Harvey, R. P. (2015). Abstract 12: Physiological Role of Endogenous Adult Cardiac Colony-forming Unit Fibroblasts. Circulation Research, 117(suppl_1). https://doi.org/10.1161/res.117.suppl_1.12

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Fayth Tan, Ph.D.

Pasadena, California, United States of America
Science Communicator · Biologist
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (7)
Regeneration Biology
Developmental Biology
Evolutionary Biology
Molecular Biology
Science Communication
And 2 more
About
Award-winning science writer and communicator with >7 years of experience as an academic biologist. Available for opportunities to consult on topics including regeneration biology, inflammation and fibrosis, aging, stem cell biology, metabolic disease, and animal physiology—or how best to communicate them to your target audience. I can also speak on effective science communication for researchers. My graduate research was in animal regeneration, using mouse models to investigate how physiology affects regenerative ability in the mouse digit tip and the neonatal mouse heart. I've published on novel methods to induce mouse digit regeneration, and analyzed the single-cell transcriptome of neonatal cardiac stem cells to identify potential developmental changes that may cause the loss of regenerative ability in older mice. As a science writer and communicator, I write about how science and technology impact and are impacted by society and culture. My work was recognized by the National Academy of Sciences in 2022, winning the Schmidt Prize for Excellence in Science Communication—an award of $20,000 that was given to 24 scientists and journalists from over 550 submissions. I've been commissioned by companies and non-profits to write about subjects from AI-powered drug discovery to the use of metaphor in neuroscience—my work doesn't shy away from niche, interdisciplinary and unexpected topics. <br> <br> <br> <br>

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John M Baust, Ph.D

Ithaca, New York, United States of America
Proven success in delivering best-in-class services across scientific, commercial and education environments.
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (16)
Cell Biology
Biotechnology
Biomedical Engineering
Transplantation
Surgery
And 11 more
About
***Proven success in delivering best-in-class services across highly regulated scientific and commercial environments.*** * Resourceful, dynamic, and future-focused professional; equipped with strategic leadership, business, research, and academic expertise with career excellence in conducting in-depth research, leading multi-faceted R&D projects, and developing new products and treatments. * Dedicated, driven self-starter focused on developing innovative life changing technologies and procedures advancing the areas of cancer treatment, regenerative medicine and cell therapy.   * Substantial experience in providing oversight for medical device development, pre-clinical studies, cancer therapy, stem cell preservation, cell therapy, tissue engineering, and organ transplantation, etc. * Astute at establishing solid relationships with stakeholders and industry leaders to drive innovative ideas and lead collaborative efforts in pursuit of accomplishing long-term milestones. * Successful in delivering interactive academic instruction across higher education settings offering captivating lectures on Biology and Entrepreneurship courses in accordance with the organizational mission. * Accredited with authoring, managing, and executing multi-million dollar grants, corporate contracts * Accomplished author of numerous patents and high profile publications to disseminate essential research findings.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

68 total publications

Cryoablation: physical and molecular basis with putative immunological consequences

International Journal of Hyperthermia / Nov 29, 2019

Baust, J. G., Snyder, K. K., Santucci, K. L., Robilotto, A. T., Van Buskirk, R. G., & Baust, J. M. (2019). Cryoablation: physical and molecular basis with putative immunological consequences. International Journal of Hyperthermia, 36(sup1), 10–16. https://doi.org/10.1080/02656736.2019.1647355

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Odion Ikhimiukor

Albany, New York, United States of America
Postdoctoral Research Scientist at University at Albany, State University of New York
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (23)
Pathogen Genomics
Bioinformatics
Molecular Biology
Epidemiology
Environmental Microbiology
And 18 more
About
A postdoctoral research scientist with over 9 years experience in bacterial genomics, microbiology, bioinformatics and antimicrobial resistance research. I’m seeking a Research Scientist or Epidemiologist role at public health genomics laboratories and I am the perfect fit for these roles because I have the following skills: molecular biology, research & development, strategic planning, project management, documentation, outbreak investigation, and cross-functional collaboration skills. I have leveraged my skills to work in a collaborative team-oriented environment to accomplish project goals related to examining the evolution of antimicrobial resistance as evidenced by over 7 national and international collaborations including the New York State Department of Health. I am also a proactive problem-solver adopting innovative and scientific thinking strategies in molecular biology to fulfill project objectives resulting in scientific discoveries including uncovering 1 novel hotspot for the dissemination of resistance in bacteria. I have gained mentorship expertise in promoting data reproducibility, and innovative research methodology in antimicrobial resistance research as evidenced by mentoring 10 professionals on evolutionary genomics, epidemiological statistics, and antimicrobial stewardship. I have also worked collaboratively with a team to apply pathogen genomics, bioinformatics, and leadership skills as demonstrated by working with over 10 highly collaborative teams including the Africa CDC. In addition, I have the following qualifications: Cross-functional collaborator and experience elucidating methods and frequencies of horizontal gene transfer and antimicrobial resistance spread in bacterial species, as demonstrated by 26 peer-reviewed publications including 1 in Nature Microbiology. Experience in leading and managing project details and tasks as evidenced by over 20 projects in pathogen genomics, epidemiology, antimicrobial resistance surveillance, and global health. Astute communication skills in bacterial epidemiology and antimicrobial resistance research resulting in 20 presentations and 6 travel awards to deliver such presentations, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. I want to serve an organization that prizes community, collaboration and humility among its employees. I’m excited to be on a team built around impact, innovation and a strong, positive reputation. I know I will thrive at a company where responsibility is valued, as well as self-improvement and time-management. I want to be a part of an organization that infuses growth into their brand, culture and market and who I can help make a difference in the world.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

27 total publications

Phylogenetic lineages and antimicrobial resistance determinants of clinical Klebsiella oxytoca spanning local to global scales

Microbiology Spectrum / Oct 17, 2023

Ikhimiukor, O. O., Souza, S. S. R., Akintayo, I. J., Marcovici, M. M., Workman, A., Martin, I. W., & Andam, C. P. (2023). Phylogenetic lineages and antimicrobial resistance determinants of clinical Klebsiella oxytoca spanning local to global scales. Microbiology Spectrum, 11(5). https://doi.org/10.1128/spectrum.00549-23

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Dushani L. Palliyaguru, Ph.D.

Baltimore, MD, Maryland, United States of America
Toxicologist | Aging, Nutrition and Metabolism Research Scientist | Systems Biologist
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (16)
Nutrition
aging
Oncology
Hematology
Molecular Biology
And 11 more
About
·   Highly productive scientist with 13 years of multidisciplinary experience in toxicology, molecular nutrition, and aging/ disease biomarkers ·   Excellent communicator with proven record of advanced writing and presentation skills - manuscripts, conference presentations, and grants ·   Extensive experience in large study design, supervision and coordination, big data analysis, and management of junior scientists
Most Relevant Publications (2+)

20 total publications

Nrf2 deletion from adipocytes, but not hepatocytes, potentiates systemic metabolic dysfunction after long-term high-fat diet-induced obesity in mice

American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism / Aug 01, 2018

Chartoumpekis, D. V., Palliyaguru, D. L., Wakabayashi, N., Fazzari, M., Khoo, N. K. H., Schopfer, F. J., Sipula, I., Yagishita, Y., Michalopoulos, G. K., O’Doherty, R. M., & Kensler, T. W. (2018). Nrf2 deletion from adipocytes, but not hepatocytes, potentiates systemic metabolic dysfunction after long-term high-fat diet-induced obesity in mice. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 315(2), E180–E195. https://doi.org/10.1152/ajpendo.00311.2017

Fasting blood glucose as a predictor of mortality: Lost in translation

Cell Metabolism / Nov 01, 2021

Palliyaguru, D. L., Shiroma, E. J., Nam, J. K., Duregon, E., Vieira Ligo Teixeira, C., Price, N. L., Bernier, M., Camandola, S., Vaughan, K. L., Colman, R. J., Deighan, A., Korstanje, R., Peters, L. L., Dickinson, S. L., Ejima, K., Simonsick, E. M., Launer, L. J., Chia, C. W., Egan, J., … de Cabo, R. (2021). Fasting blood glucose as a predictor of mortality: Lost in translation. Cell Metabolism, 33(11), 2189-2200.e3. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2021.08.013

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Dr. Everson A Nunes, Ph.D.

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post-Doctoral Fellow at McMaster University | former Associate Professor - Physiological Sciences
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (39)
skeletal muscle
nutrition
physical activity
obesity
cancer
And 34 more
About
Dr. Everson A Nunes is a highly accomplished researcher and educator in the field of physiological sciences. He received his Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology with a focus on Physiological Sciences from Universidade Federal do Paraná in 2009, after completing a BSc in Human Nutrition and an MSc in Physiological Sciences. He also holds a specialization in Exercise Physiology and a BSc in Biological Sciences from Universidade Federal do Paraná. Dr. Nunes has a strong background in research, having completed two post-doctoral fellowships at McMaster University and Universidade Federal do Paraná. He has also held positions as an associate professor and assistant professor at Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, and his research focuses on the effects of exercise and nutrition on physiological processes in the human body. In addition to his research, Dr. Nunes is also a dedicated educator. He has taught at various universities in Brazil, including Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Universidade Gama Filho, Faculdades Integradas Espírita, Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná, and Faculdade do Litoral Sul. He is known for his dynamic teaching style and his ability to engage students in complex physiological concepts. Dr. Nunes is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Society for Nutrition, the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology, the Canadian Nutrition Society and the Brazilian Society of Physiology. He is also a regular speaker at national and international conferences, sharing his expertise and research findings with colleagues and students. Overall, Dr. Nunes is a highly qualified and experienced professional in physiological sciences, metabolism, cancer and nutrition. His dedication to research and education makes him a valuable asset to any institution.
Most Relevant Publications (16+)

97 total publications

Anaerobic exercise reduces tumor growth, cancer cachexia and increases macrophage and lymphocyte response in Walker 256 tumor-bearing rats

European Journal of Applied Physiology / Aug 08, 2008

de Lima, C., Alves, L. E., Iagher, F., Machado, A. F., Bonatto, S. J., Kuczera, D., de Souza, C. F., Pequito, D. C., Muritiba, A. L., Nunes, E. A., & Fernandes, L. C. (2008). Anaerobic exercise reduces tumor growth, cancer cachexia and increases macrophage and lymphocyte response in Walker 256 tumor-bearing rats. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(6), 957–964. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00421-008-0849-9

In vitro ketone‐supported mitochondrial respiration is minimal when other substrates are readily available in cardiac and skeletal muscle

The Journal of Physiology / Aug 19, 2020

Petrick, H. L., Brunetta, H. S., Pignanelli, C., Nunes, E. A., van Loon, L. J. C., Burr, J. F., & Holloway, G. P. (2020). In vitro ketone‐supported mitochondrial respiration is minimal when other substrates are readily available in cardiac and skeletal muscle. The Journal of Physiology, 598(21), 4869–4885. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1113/jp280032

Decrement in resting and insulin‐stimulated soleus muscle mitochondrial respiration is an early event in diet‐induced obesity in mice

Experimental Physiology / Jan 24, 2019

Brunetta, H. S., de Paula, G. C., de Oliveira, J., Martins, E. L., dos Santos, G. J., Galina, A., Rafacho, A., de Bem, A. F., & Nunes, E. A. (2019). Decrement in resting and insulin‐stimulated soleus muscle mitochondrial respiration is an early event in diet‐induced obesity in mice. Experimental Physiology, 104(3), 306–321. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1113/ep087317

Nitrate attenuates high fat diet‐induced glucose intolerance in association with reduced epididymal adipose tissue inflammation and mitochondrial reactive oxygen species emission

The Journal of Physiology / Jun 16, 2020

Brunetta, H. S., Politis‐Barber, V., Petrick, H. L., Dennis, K. M. J. H., Kirsh, A. J., Barbeau, P., Nunes, E. A., & Holloway, G. P. (2020). Nitrate attenuates high fat diet‐induced glucose intolerance in association with reduced epididymal adipose tissue inflammation and mitochondrial reactive oxygen species emission. The Journal of Physiology, 598(16), 3357–3371. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1113/jp279455

Age- and gender-related changes in glucose homeostasis in glucocorticoid-treated rats

Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology / Oct 01, 2014

dos Santos, C., Ferreira, F. B. D., Gonçalves-Neto, L. M., Taboga, S. R., Boschero, A. C., & Rafacho, A. (2014). Age- and gender-related changes in glucose homeostasis in glucocorticoid-treated rats. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 92(10), 867–878. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjpp-2014-0259

Increased protein intake derived from leucine-enriched protein enhances the integrated myofibrillar protein synthetic response to short-term resistance training in untrained men and women: a 4-day randomized controlled trial

Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism / Nov 01, 2022

Lim, C., Traylor, D. A., McGlory, C., Joanisse, S., McKendry, J., Grewal, T., Mcleod, J. C., Prior, T., Nunes, E. A., Lees, M., & Phillips, S. M. (2022). Increased protein intake derived from leucine-enriched protein enhances the integrated myofibrillar protein synthetic response to short-term resistance training in untrained men and women: a 4-day randomized controlled trial. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 47(11), 1104–1114. https://doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2022-0164

Associação da atividade física, consumo de álcool e índice de massa corporal com a qualidade de vida de adolescentes

Revista Brasileira de Cineantropometria e Desempenho Humano / Jul 18, 2008

Gordia, A. P. (2008). Associação da atividade física, consumo de álcool e índice de massa corporal com a qualidade de vida de adolescentes. Revista Brasileira de Cineantropometria e Desempenho Humano, 10(3), 313. https://doi.org/10.5007/1980-0037.2008v10n3p313

Disuse-induced skeletal muscle atrophy in disease and nondisease states in humans: mechanisms, prevention, and recovery strategies

American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology / Jun 01, 2022

Nunes, E. A., Stokes, T., McKendry, J., Currier, B. S., & Phillips, S. M. (2022). Disuse-induced skeletal muscle atrophy in disease and nondisease states in humans: mechanisms, prevention, and recovery strategies. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 322(6), C1068–C1084. https://doi.org/10.1152/ajpcell.00425.2021

Association of physical activity and sedentary behavior at school with cardiovascular risk factors in adolescents

Revista Brasileira de Cineantropometria &amp; Desempenho Humano / Jan 01, 2020

Santos, P. C. dos, Lima, L. R. A. de, Costa, B. G. G. da, Martins, C. R., Minatto, G., Berria, J., Nunes, E. A., Petroski, E. L., & Silva, K. S. da. (2020). Association of physical activity and sedentary behavior at school with cardiovascular risk factors in adolescents. Revista Brasileira de Cineantropometria &amp; Desempenho Humano, 22. https://doi.org/10.1590/1980-0037.2020v22e72397

Assessing the mechanistic target of rapamycin complex-1 pathway in response to resistance exercise and feeding in human skeletal muscle by multiplex assay

Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism / Sep 01, 2018

McGlory, C., Nunes, E. A., Oikawa, S. Y., Tsakiridis, E., & Phillips, S. M. (2018). Assessing the mechanistic target of rapamycin complex-1 pathway in response to resistance exercise and feeding in human skeletal muscle by multiplex assay. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 43(9), 945–949. https://doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2017-0852

Cardiovascular and metabolic consequences of the association between chronic stress and high-fat diet in rats

Stress / Feb 10, 2018

Simas, B. B., Nunes, E. A., Crestani, C. C., & Speretta, G. F. (2018). Cardiovascular and metabolic consequences of the association between chronic stress and high-fat diet in rats. Stress, 21(3), 247–256. https://doi.org/10.1080/10253890.2018.1437413

Fish oil supplementation attenuates changes in plasma lipids caused by dexamethasone treatment in rats

Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism / Apr 01, 2016

Barbosa, A. M., Francisco, P. de C., Motta, K., Chagas, T. R., dos Santos, C., Rafacho, A., & Nunes, E. A. (2016). Fish oil supplementation attenuates changes in plasma lipids caused by dexamethasone treatment in rats. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 41(4), 382–390. https://doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2015-0487

Glucose homoeostasis in rats exposed to acute intermittent hypoxia

Acta Physiologica / Jun 08, 2013

Rafacho, A., Gonçalves-Neto, L. M., Ferreira, F. B. D., Protzek, A. O. P., Boschero, A. C., Nunes, E. A., & Zoccal, D. B. (2013). Glucose homoeostasis in rats exposed to acute intermittent hypoxia. Acta Physiologica, 209(1), 77–89. https://doi.org/10.1111/apha.12118

Glucose intolerance induced by glucocorticoid excess is further impaired by co-administration with β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate in rats

Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism / Nov 01, 2013

Nunes, E. A., Gonçalves-Neto, L. M., Ferreira, F. B. D., dos Santos, C., Fernandes, L. C., Boschero, A. C., Calder, P. C., & Rafacho, A. (2013). Glucose intolerance induced by glucocorticoid excess is further impaired by co-administration with β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate in rats. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 38(11), 1137–1146. https://doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2012-0456

Neutrophil response of anaerobic jump trained diabetic rats

European Journal of Applied Physiology / Sep 10, 2008

de Souza, C. F., Machado, A. F., Bonatto, S. J. R., Grando, F. C. C., Pessini, C., Alves, L. E., de Lima, C., de Brito, G. A. P., Nunes, E. A., & Fernandes, L. C. (2008). Neutrophil response of anaerobic jump trained diabetic rats. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(6), 1079–1086. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00421-008-0865-9

Tumor growth reduction in Walker 256 tumor-bearing rats performing anaerobic exercise: participation of Bcl-2, Bax, apoptosis, and peroxidation

Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism / Aug 01, 2011

de Lima, C., Alves, L., Iagher, F., Machado, A. F., Kryczyk, M., Yamazaki, R. K., Brito, G. A. P., Nunes, E. A., Naliwaiko, K., & Fernandes, L. C. (2011). Tumor growth reduction in Walker 256 tumor-bearing rats performing anaerobic exercise: participation of Bcl-2, Bax, apoptosis, and peroxidation. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 36(4), 533–538. https://doi.org/10.1139/h11-047

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Ajay Badhan

Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Research Biologist, Lethbridge Research Center, Canada
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (26)
Animal nutrition
cell wall biosynthesis and its deconstruction
biofuels
Waste Management and Disposal
Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
And 21 more
About
I am a proficient researcher with valuable research and teaching experience acquired at distinguished institutes like Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, US, University of Alberta, Canada, and Lethbridge Research Center (AAFC), Canada. I have been working for past 15 years on multiple projects focused on the economical, environmental and social sustainability of agricultural production. Improvement in livestock performance, productivity, and health by unlocking the microbiome, development of clean technologies, improving agriculture environmental performance, and Increase agro-ecosystem resilience are prime objectives for my research.
Most Relevant Publications (3+)

29 total publications

Development of Cellulosic Secondary Walls in Flax Fibers Requires β-Galactosidase      

Plant Physiology / May 19, 2011

Roach, M. J., Mokshina, N. Y., Badhan, A., Snegireva, A. V., Hobson, N., Deyholos, M. K., & Gorshkova, T. A. (2011). Development of Cellulosic Secondary Walls in Flax Fibers Requires β-Galactosidase      . Plant Physiology, 156(3), 1351–1363. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.111.172676

Identification of glucose tolerant acid active β-glucosidases from thermophilic and thermotolerant fungi

World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology / Aug 23, 2007

Sonia, K. G., Chadha, B. S., Badhan, A. K., Saini, H. S., & Bhat, M. K. (2007). Identification of glucose tolerant acid active β-glucosidases from thermophilic and thermotolerant fungi. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 24(5), 599–604. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11274-007-9512-6

Purification of the alkaliphilic xylanases from Myceliophthora sp. IMI 387099 using cellulose-binding domain as an affinity tag

World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology / Sep 19, 2007

Badhan, A. K., Chadha, B. S., & Saini, H. S. (2007). Purification of the alkaliphilic xylanases from Myceliophthora sp. IMI 387099 using cellulose-binding domain as an affinity tag. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 24(7), 973–981. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11274-007-9561-x

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Jeffrey Townsend

New Haven, CT
Professor of Biostatistics and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (52)
Evolutionary Genomics
Microbiology
Infectious Diseases
Genetics
Cell Biology
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Jeffrey Townsend is a Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2002 and his Sc.B. from Brown University in 1994. He has been a teacher at St. Ann's School and an Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut. He is currently the Elihu Professor of Biostatistics at Yale University.
Most Relevant Publications (3+)

207 total publications

Phylogenetic and phylogenomic overview of the Polyporales

Mycologia / Nov 01, 2013

Binder, M., Justo, A., Riley, R., Salamov, A., Lopez-Giraldez, F., Sjökvist, E., Copeland, A., Foster, B., Sun, H., Larsson, E., Larsson, K.-H., Townsend, J., Grigoriev, I. V., & Hibbett, D. S. (2013). Phylogenetic and phylogenomic overview of the Polyporales. Mycologia, 105(6), 1350–1373. https://doi.org/10.3852/13-003

Secondary Metabolism Gene Clusters Exhibit Increasingly Dynamic and Differential Expression during Asexual Growth, Conidiation, and Sexual Development in Neurospora crassa

mSystems / Jun 28, 2022

Wang, Z., Lopez-Giraldez, F., Slot, J., Yarden, O., Trail, F., & Townsend, J. P. (2022). Secondary Metabolism Gene Clusters Exhibit Increasingly Dynamic and Differential Expression during Asexual Growth, Conidiation, and Sexual Development in Neurospora crassa. MSystems, 7(3). https://doi.org/10.1128/msystems.00232-22

Northern species of earth tongue genus Thuemenidium revisited, considering morphology, ecology and molecular phylogeny

Mycologia / Sep 01, 2010

Ohenoja, E., Wang, Z., Townsend, J. P., Mitchel, D., & Voitk, A. (2010). Northern species of earth tongue genus Thuemenidium revisited, considering morphology, ecology and molecular phylogeny. Mycologia, 102(5), 1089–1095. https://doi.org/10.3852/09-317

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R. Alan Harris, Ph.D.

Houston, Texas, United States of America
Assistant Professor in the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Physiology
Other Research Expertise (18)
Genomics
Epigenomics
Bioinformatics
Primate Comparative Analysis
Evolution
And 13 more
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My interests broadly lie in the fields of bioinformatics and genomics. My particular areas of emphasis are primate comparative genomics in the context of both evolutionary mechanisms and applications to developing nonhuman primate models of human diseases.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

92 total publications

Hybrid de novo genome assembly and centromere characterization of the gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)

BMC Biology / Nov 16, 2017

Larsen, P. A., Harris, R. A., Liu, Y., Murali, S. C., Campbell, C. R., Brown, A. D., Sullivan, B. A., Shelton, J., Brown, S. J., Raveendran, M., Dudchenko, O., Machol, I., Durand, N. C., Shamim, M. S., Aiden, E. L., Muzny, D. M., Gibbs, R. A., Yoder, A. D., Rogers, J., & Worley, K. C. (2017). Hybrid de novo genome assembly and centromere characterization of the gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). BMC Biology, 15(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-017-0439-6

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By collaborating with a Physiology researcher, a medical device company can develop advanced devices that are tailored to the physiological needs of patients. This can include wearable devices for monitoring vital signs, implantable devices for targeted drug delivery, or rehabilitation devices for improving motor function.

Optimizing Sports Performance

Sports companies can benefit from working with Physiology researchers to optimize athletes' performance. Researchers can analyze physiological data, design training programs based on individual needs, and provide insights on nutrition and recovery strategies to enhance athletic performance and reduce the risk of injuries.

Improving Workplace Ergonomics

Companies can collaborate with Physiology researchers to improve workplace ergonomics and employee well-being. Researchers can assess the physiological impact of work environments, recommend ergonomic adjustments, and develop strategies to prevent musculoskeletal disorders, fatigue, and stress.

Enhancing Pharmaceutical Development

Pharmaceutical companies can partner with Physiology researchers to enhance drug development processes. Researchers can conduct preclinical studies, evaluate drug efficacy and safety, and provide insights on drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics, leading to the development of more effective and targeted medications.

Designing Personalized Health Interventions

By collaborating with Physiology researchers, companies can design personalized health interventions. Researchers can analyze individual physiological data, identify risk factors, and develop tailored interventions for chronic diseases, mental health conditions, and lifestyle management, leading to improved health outcomes.